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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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The HeavyJob time card app will still work in remote areas and it will store any entered data until the device is back in cellular coverage or a Wi-Fi network.
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.
The JAMIS e-timecard system permits employees to perform real-time time card input wherever they are via their Web browser.
Mobile data collection specialist Econz Wireless has introduced its mobile time card application 'Timecard' in the UK and Europe, the company announced today.
But the employee billed that entire third day as overtime because it appeared as a sixth working day on his time card.
Heavy Job is able to export time card data to accounting, which cuts payroll processing time and reduces errors.
She was regularly modifying her time card after approval by her supervisor to add overtime hours,'' said Robert Campbell, supervising investigator in the auditor's Office of Investigations.
Busy mobile professionals are constantly challenged to submit accurate, timely labor activity while on the road, and delays in time card processing often lead to time card errors.
Never mind that teachers are professionals, not time card slaves.
Once a voice note has been recorded and attached to a time card or daily log event, the notes can be synchronized to the office where they become part of the permanent time card record.
Each team entering the rally and poker run will be give a set of clues, a time card and a poker card that the navigator must use to navigate the course.
It also reduces payroll preparation time and time card approval processes.