What are timesheets?

Timesheets are used in specific countries to track the time a Team Member has worked or not worked during a certain period. Timesheets are used by payroll and HR to record the Team Member’s working hours.



Timesheets are collected for Team Members who work in the following countries:


Exceptions & Notes

🇧🇦 Bosnia & Herzegovina


🇧🇬 Bulgaria


🇧🇷 Brazil


🇨🇿 Czech Republic


🇩🇰 Denmark


🇫🇮 Finland


🇫🇷 France


🇩🇪 Germany

🇬🇷 Greece Only applicable to non-managerial Team Members who work overtime hours, variable hours, or any hours worked other than the regular weekly schedule.
🇭🇺 Hungary In the case of a flexible work schedule, the employer does not have to record working hours in detail, only the working and non-working days, annual leave, and public holidays.

🇮🇪 Ireland


🇮🇹 Italy


🇯🇵 Japan


🇳🇱 Netherlands


🇵🇱 Poland


🇵🇹 Portugal


🇷🇴 Romania


🇸🇬 Singapore


🇪🇸 Spain


🇨🇭 Switzerland

Certain professions and forms of employment and enterprises are excluded from these legal obligations, i.e. commercial travelers or employees who have a higher managerial position or an academic or independent artistic position.
🇸🇪 Sweden Only applicable for Team Members who work part-time.
🇹🇷 Turkey

Only applicable for Team Members who work part-time.



Oyster will combine your approved time off days with your monthly work hours.

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