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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.
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time card

see CLOCK CARD.
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The TQM timekeeping team began by analyzing the steps taken in filling out and processing a timecard. During an initial brainstorming session, the team listed the errors most commonly committed in the filling out of a timecard and identified a number of possible error points in the overall work process.
The city auditor's office estimates time saving citywide valued at more than $400,000, based on an average of 15 minutes of labor per timecard for 100,000 timecards per year at an average cost of $17 per hour.
"We wanted to know if our engineers preferred labor recording with the voice response unit over the old timecard method.
Timecard works on standard mobile phones, Blackberry devices, Sonim handsets, iPhones and iPads, Android devices, Nokia devices and tablets and it is compatible with numerous wireless carriers including Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile, Telefonica, Telenor, VimpelCom and TeliaSonera.
1) "Application for Use of Privately Owned Vehicle for City Business," to provide the legal and insurance safeguards needed by the city, 2) "Daily Auto Record for Auto Allowance," providing date to maintain an audit trail and 3) the mileage and miscellaneous expenses section of the timecard for the data input document.
Better yet, include in the time record a certification - above the employee's signature - that the employee (1) read the time entries and has confirmed their accuracy; (2) took all breaks, meal periods and leave as required or designated on the timecard; and (3) did not perform unrecorded work.
Timecard Monitor, developed by Count Me In, LLC, is PC-based software that incorporates bio-metric fingerprint recognition technology to identify personnel and accurately record their hours worked.
For many in the field, the mere mention of DCAA conjures up images of date-and time-stamping documents, maintaining massive record archives, and pulling out that familiar blue or black ink pen when you need to correct a mistake on a timecard.
Virtual TimeClock 16 is even easier to use, automatically catches common timecard errors, and saves time by simplifying management of the time clock.
The software enables the remote worker to send the relevant timecard and expense reports electronically for processing through Solomon IV.
Fresno, CA, March 04, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Managing employee hours from timecard to paycheck has never been easier or more secure with the new Virtual TimeClock 15 release available today from Redcort Software Inc.