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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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Two of the unionists were first dismissed by the factory for failing to stamp their timecards, a claim denied by the pair.
The solution allows users to review, approve, and reject timecards by using various Kronos data collection devices including time clocks, mobile and tablet applications, and web platforms.
The time clock automatically alerts users when they've missed a clock out, enabling managers to quickly and easily approve timecards for payroll.
smart mobile apps for Approvals, I-procurement, Timecards and so on; along with
Under the new system, employees would enter their timecards online, and the information would be routed and approved electronically; before, each department used paper timesheets.
It's a lot easier to trace timecards when they are centrally located," said Benjamin Yarish, Air Force financial management information technology portfolio manager.
We had a bit of an issue with the handbrake throughout the night and my window control kept shorting so with the car being left-hand drive, I kept having to open the door to get the timecards signed which cost us a bit of time.
In tonight's episode, the introduction of timecards at work outrages Ben, while Susan auditions to be a kids' TV presenter, but she faces competition from a familiar face - Janey.
Mechanic timecards can be reviewed and approved before they're exported electronically to the company's accounting system.
Establish a reliable reporting system: Some employers use automated timekeeping systems, others rely on traditional timecards, and others have no system at all.
The supervisor should approve and cosign all timecards.
In the second review of the Department of Children and Family Services in the past month, auditors cited numerous instances of overpayments and underpayments because of incorrect timecards, errors in payroll-system input, and misapplications of payroll rules and regulations.