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Timesheet

A document indicating the hours in a pay period during which an employee worked. This may be used to determine how much to pay an employee or it may serve as proof of work when billing a client.

time sheet

document completed by a worker in which he or she itemizes the work tasks undertaken and the time spent on each task. This information can be used for COSTING purposes in computing the direct labour cost of JOBS and as a basis for calculating PAY.
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If it is payday and you don't have the employee's time sheet, you still must do what you can to pay what is owed.
Between August 2000 and October 2003, Slaymaker, a staff nurse with Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust, submitted 192 false time sheets, claiming a total of pounds 35, 901.
At the termination meeting, Foster asked to see Terry's time sheets for proof of the fraud.
Department of Labor paid the company a visit to examine its time sheets.
In a large firm, time sheets usually are collected, never to be seen again by the associate.
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Since most companies do not require employees to maintain daily time sheets or records regarding time spent on specific projects or assignments, the salary, benefits, and associated costs often do not exist in a form that is retrievable or even recognizable as a "project" expenditure.
An audit in July found that these inspectors routinely falsify their time sheets.
Deltek Mobile Time offers a new way to enter time sheets from anywhere at anytime, enabling mobile professionals to update time sheets as seamlessly as if they were working from their corporate offices.
Even if staff remember to complete and return paper-based time sheets, they can be prone to accidental errors and false entries are not unknown.
These time sheets contained 87 more hours of billable time than were contained in the 2009 time sheets previously provided to counsel for client one,'' the decision states.