The aim of the study was to recognize the annual worktime structure and the actual number of working hours at the forester and deputy forester workstations in the State Forests. The research was carried out on the sample group of 462 workers in all regional directorates of the State Forests in 62 forest districts and 242 forest ranges. The study group consisted of 21 (4.5%) forest foresters from one−man forest districts (L1), 222 (48.1%) foresters and 219 deputy foresters (47.4%) from two−men forest ranges (L2 and PDL respectively). Altogether 17 groups of activities were distinguished. The workers were studied in spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Every time the research was conducted during one full week (Monday−Sunday). In case of two−men forest districts, both workers were studied simultaneously. The measurement of timework was carried out with the specially designed mobile application LP1 operating in Android system. The duration of particular activities at L1 and L2 workstations was similar. The office work constituted most of their worktime: 109.7 minutes (22.9%) for L1 and 111.5 min (23.3%) for L2. Transportation took 80.2 and 84.8 min (17.7 and 17.6%), whereas wood sale required 69.7 and 62.8 min (14.5 and 13.1%) for L1 and L2 work stations respectively. At PDL workstation passages took 84.7 min (17.6%), wood quality inspection and registration – 65.4 min (13.6%), and office work – 60 min (12.5%). The tasks comprising preparation, harvesting and sale of raw timber took 34.9% of L1 worktime, 32.5% in case of L2 and 41.6% for PDL’s worktime. All employees devoted the least of their worktime to tasks connected with fire precautions, nature conservation, and environmental education (tab. 1). The overrunning of normative worktime was recorded at all studied workstations. The mean daily worktime for PDL amounted to 8.17 hrs, whereas for L1 and L2 it was 8.47 and 8.52 hrs respectively. Except extra working hours during the working week, the overtime during the days−off was recorded too. Most of time spent on work in such situations was recorded for L1 (1.69 hrs on average per week), while the least (0.97 hrs) for L2 workstation.