Compute Night Differential, and Night Differential OT


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Oct 24, 2019
Good Day!
How can I compute the number of hours between a specific range,
For example, an employee has timed in at 6:00 pm then timed out at 3:00 am the next day. What formula can I use to compute the number of hours that is only within the Night Differential, 10:00 pm to 6:00 am.
Night Differential can be changed based on the policy of the user.

What formula should I use on the Night Differential and Night Differential OT column?

Thank you very much.

Company Policy
Start Time6:00 pmEnd Time3:00 am
Night Differential Start10:00 pmNight Differential End6:00 am
Employee Timesheet
Time InTime OutRegular HoursRegular OTNight DifferentialNight Differential OT
6:00 pm3:00 am4 hours05 hours0
6:00 pm5:00 am4 hours05 hours2 hours
6:00 pm7:00 am4 hours1 hour5 hours3 hours


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