time card

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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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Everett says that the CorrigoNet system lets GL Homes enforce what the company calls "One, Three, Seven": one day to respond to the customer; three days to get out to the customer, assess the problem, and assign work tickets; and seven days to resolve the problem.
Basically, a work ticket allows you to track the amount of time you spend on daily tasks.
The fire outbreak in the main procurement stores destroyed all accounting documents such as tender documents, work tickets, payment vouchers, cash books, check counterfoils, bank statements and recompilation files.
The managed service would include the proactive monitoring of work tickets, liaising with members of the University team, identifying MACs and cabling faults and the management of comms rooms and the cabling infrastructure on site.
"What you'll find is that our approach really views risk management as pushing out into the safety and culture, claims, contract work tickets, and the insurance policy," said Smith, who incorporated a number of handy checklists within the presentation, including one that agents can use when they are visiting a work site of a current or future client.
While not all functions are available at this time, 446th Airlift Wing Airmen will eventually be able to address email and telephone issues and submit work tickets.
The workforce management solution that works on mobile devices supports work tickets, GPS location data syncing, and work and productivity status reporting for field agents that enable them to cut down response times and allow the head office to communicate with mobile workers on the fly.
Horrific injury rates, alleged manipulation of work tickets to reduce wages, and myriad indignities in daily life were not passively accepted by Jamaican workers, but the ability of the employer to deport known or suspected troublemakers and the inability of workers to stay in America if they quit rendered workers' resistance heroic but impotent.