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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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Several higher-ups in the sheriff's office subsequently learned that Pishioneri had recorded on his time card that he had worked regular, paid shifts while at the conference.
The time card app is just one of many mobile apps offered as supplements to HCSS HeavyJob and HeavyBid.
The university held centralized classes and unit-specific sessions for its more than 2,000 supervisors and payroll staff who approve time cards.
Do you remember your first summer job as a teenager, wherein you had to "punch the clock" four times a day by sliding the paper time card into that large machine attached to the wall?
Norr, 57, who had been with the paper nearly four years, says he was initially suspended for falsifying his time card, though he says he had told his bosses in an email about what he planned to do.
Because of this lack of education, they could not distinguish one time card from another.
He took a photograph of himself each time he punched his time card, standing in the same place and with the same placid expression; the 8,760 frames were projected in rapid succession on the wall showing the artist's changing appearance, marked most clearly by the growth of his hair, from shorn to shoulder length.
As with any company, cash flow is critical, but when the billable "delivery unit" is an hour of time, collecting time card data quickly, accurately, and efficiently is a crucial task.
"By the time card issuers are informed, large bills may have already been run up.
Don't take any irreversible action, such as removing a time card or issuing a final paycheck, until at least 24 hours have passed.
The server framework includes a request director, policy manager, workflow router and will initially ship with procurement, expense management and time card collection applications.
In the winter of 1988, PG&E's internal auditing department launched an investigation of Scott and Johnson, which the company later said was spurred by concerns over time card fraud.