How does TimePilot measure time?
TimePilot uses the decimal system to measure time, and records it to the hundredth of an hour. This makes it simpler for users to translate hours worked to dollars paid. For instance, when you see that an employee worked 8.50 hours, they worked eight-and-a-half hours, or 8 hours and 30 minutes.
Here's a quick conversion table:
|Displayed||Time in hours and minutes|
|8.10||=||8 hours 6 minutes|
|8.20||=||8 hours 12 minutes|
|8.30||=||8 hours 18 minutes|
|8.40||=||8 hours 24 minutes|
|8.50||=||8 hours 30 minutes|
|8.60||=||8 hours 36 minutes|
|8.70||=||8 hours 42 minutes|
|8.80||=||8 hours 48 minutes|
|8.90||=||8 hours 54 minutes|
Note: 0.10 hours = 6 minutes; 0.01 hours = 36 seconds.
There's a downloadable conversion chart available here on the TimePilot web site.