# Clicks on time cards

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by GoneBrown, Jul 6, 2012.

1. ### GoneBrownNew Member

Hi, everyone. I'm a sorter/unloader/loader/smalls bagger/tub stacker/bag racker.

I've been meaning to look in to this for a while, but haven't gotten around to it until now. The time on my card is in military time and clicks. I understand military time, but the clicks seems to be a little difficult.

Immediately I figured 25 clicks meant 15 minutes, 50 clicks meant 30 minutes, 75 clicks meant 45 minutes and 100 clicks is an hour.

Is that correct?

If I start at 5:30 p.m. my time card should say 17:50, right? But what if I start at 5:35? Is 17:67 correct? That's what it has been saying my time card.

Thanks for reading.

2. ### trickpony1Well-Known Member

go to your favorite search engine and type in "convert minutes to hundredths"
There is a conversion chart.

3. ### p228Member

Take the time in minutes and divide it by 60. For example, 10:37 -> 37/60= .62 so it is 10.62 in clicks

4. ### UpstateNYUPSerVery proud grandfather.

Your start and ending times will be in military time. 5:30 would be 1730. Your hours worked are expressed using clicks. If you work 4 hours and 15 minutes it will be recorded as 4.25 hours.

Correct

6. ### UpstateNYUPSerVery proud grandfather.

Clicks are also used when talking about kilometers. The conversion from miles to kilometers is 1.6 (50 mph = 80 kph).

7. ### GoneBrownNew Member

Thank you all.

8. ### 'Lord Brown's bidding'Well-Known Member

A click is equal to 36 seconds.

9. ### CRASH501New Member

10 Clicks is 6 Minutes, and as so on.........

10. ### Monkey ButtDark Prince of Double StandardsStaff Member

I just got around to reading this thread and I see I have not missed anything.

Carry on.