How to calculate billing units.
Billing units are based on a 6-minute interval time unit to ensure that your rate is applied appropriately on an hourly basis.
For example, if you work for 12 minutes, that would list as .2 on the timer. This would mean that 20% of your hour was spent working and would apply 20% of your hourly rate to the charge.
1/10th of an hour would represent 6 minute, etc.
1 Minutes = .0167
_2 Minutes = .033
_3. Minutes = .05
_4. Minutes = .0667
_5 Minutes = .0833
_6 Minutes = .1