-For an annual budget, remove all non-working days from the work year. Do the same for a project planned to be completed over a shorter period of time.
-Assume you have a 12-week project with employees working a 10-hour day, five days a week. There are two national holidays in the time period when your employees will not work. There are five employees on the job.
-Multiply the five-day work week by 12 weeks: 12 * 5 = 60. Subtract the two holidays for 58 days. Multiply the number of work days by 10 hours per day: 58 * 10 = 580 (these are the project hours per employee).
-Multiply the per-employee man hours by the number of employees on the job: 580 * 5 = 2,900. There are 2,900 total man hours assigned to this project.
5th January 2017 From India, Delhi