Whether nannies are paid daily, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly it’s important for in-home caregivers to track the hours they work so they are paid the proper amount of overtime. Many nannies use a piece of notebook paper, daily log, or paper calendar to write down the hours worked. But in this technological-age there are easy apps to use for free to track hours on phones. Here are some free time tracking and timesheet apps we found. Some even let you track your mileage as well. Most are compatible with Google Calendar and make it easy to text or email your boss your timesheet.
Hours Tracker (iPhone and Android)
Clock in and out as you work and watch as time accumulates and earnings grow on your iPhone or Android. Easily review your past entries, grouped by day, week, month, or pay period. There’s no need to enter each pay period yourself – just set your pay schedule type and Hours Tracker automatically calculates everything, even daily and weekly overtime earnings. Time entries are automatically created when you clock out. Or, add entries yourself in just a few quick taps. You can easily export your data by job, date, or selection. Choose to export as a text summary or in spreadsheet-ready CSV format. Free edition stores up to three jobs and 21 days of entries. For unlimited entries, upgrade to the Personal (up to 5 jobs) or Pro (unlimited jobs) edition. Or, erase older data and continue to use the free edition until you’re ready to buy.
My Hours (For iPhone and Android)
Super easy to use time-management tool that provides a fast and easy way to manage your schedule while on the go. Never again waste a moment in front of a bulletin board or computer recording your upcoming schedule. Track your total of hours by week, set your schedule, record notes, and synch to Google Calendar.
Time Recording (Android)
For Android users it’s easy to manage your timesheet of when you check in and out, and keep daily and detailed notes daily, weekly, and monthly. It syncs with Google Calendar and is highly configurable with date and time formats and hourly rates and overtime pay.
Hours Keeper (iPhone)
Hours Keeper is a well designed hours worked calculator that you can use to easily track your hours worked and calculate your earnings. Hours Keeper allows to record your daily working hours for each client, including your overtime and break time. After earnings been calculated, your can generate PDF timesheet invoices to sent to your clients and track all the billings and the payments. The Apple App requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
Work Log (Android)
Work Log is a quick, easy and free way to keep track of your hours and calculate the number of hours worked and wages paid over your pay period for Android phone users. It has customization options to suit your needs like 24 hour formatting, selecting when your week starts and a variety of ways to view your past shifts. See how many hours you’ve worked and earned over a pay period, week, month or year. Set your pay period to automatically calculate how many hours you worked and your wages for each paycheck. Automatically have deductions and/or bonuses calculated for paychecks. Optionally keep track of work mileage, your mileage rate, and add totals to your paycheck. Optionally keep track of work holiday pay days. Keep track of overtime hours and wages for up to two overtimes.
@ Work (Windows Phone)
How much time do you spend at work? ‘@ Work’ is the easy to use tool for you. Simply push a button each time you start working. Press a button when you go home. ‘@ Work’ lets you see a listing of time you spent working with totals. Later, mail you or your boss one of the lists. Please use ‘@ Work’ for several days and see how easy it is to really know how much time you have put into your career. Track your time as a salary employee that puts in more than 40 hours each week.