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What is a Timesheet?

A timesheet is a document or tool used to record the amount of time an employee spends working on specific tasks or projects. Timesheets are typically used to track the hours that employees work and to calculate their pay, as well as to track the allocation of time and resources to different projects and tasks.

Timesheets can be used by employees to record the start and end times of their workday, as well as any breaks or time off that they take. They may also include information about the tasks or projects that the employee worked on during that time.

Timesheets can be used by businesses and organizations to track the time and attendance of their employees, to calculate payroll, and to manage the allocation of resources. They can also be used to monitor employee productivity and to identify areas where efficiency can be improved.

Timesheets can be created manually, using a paper or electronic form, or they can be created using specialized software or tools. Some timesheet systems also allow employees to clock in and out electronically, using a computer or mobile device.