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Time Card

A card an employee inserts into a machine in order to record when he/she arrives and leaves the work space. The employee is paid for the period of time indicated on the card. Time cards are used for wage earners, especially but not necessarily in manufacturing.

time card

see CLOCK CARD.
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Designed to ensure timely, accurate, efficient payroll aggregation, PayControl consolidates time cards, tips and pay rules automatically.
While he has seen no evidence that time-card abuse is ''systemic'' at the patent office, ''it would be extremely easy for large numbers of workers'' to submit fraudulent time cards if they wanted to do so, Inspector General Todd Zinser told a joint hearing Tuesday of the House Oversight and Judiciary committees.
The templates are available in several popular document formats, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Apple Pages, so time cards can be easily customized for any business.
Punch in using a fingerprint; the computer-generated time cards can be edited in Count Me In's spreadsheet-style editor.
The demand for time cards that allow a traveler to fly a certain model of jet by the hour surged during last week's flight disruptions, the New York Times' Joe Sharkey writes.
We don't track rest breaks on the employees' time cards, and none of the shifts are six-hours long so none of the staff take an unpaid lunch break.
Air Canada ground crew staff at Toronto's Pearson International Airport staged a four-hour wildcat strike on Wednesday (19 January) when the airline launched investigations into allegations that ground crew members had punched out time cards for fellow staff members, The Associated Press reported.
If used with HeavyJob, the entire dispatching system can be populated automatically from the previous day's time cards that the foremen are entering in the field.
The riders spent two to three minutes exchanging mounts and mochillas; change times were recorded on time cards kept in one of the mochilla pockets.
This edition allows a user to view all the time cards for a particular client or look up a case to see related documents, e-mail messages, and Internet activity sorted by subject or date.
To accommodate them, their time cards were marked by one having an X, another O and the third time card had an ear torn off.
Since turning in their time cards for new business opportunities, minority vendors are now tying up contracts to clean offices, repair buildings, supply coffee cups or offer business services.