This curvaceous wall clock features carved accents and a turned urn finial which complement the unique style. The aged dial offers black Roman numerals and decorative black hands. A special 80th Anniversary Edition. The wooden stick swinging pendulum features an antique-brass spun bob. Finished in Tuscany Cherry on select hardwoods and veneers. Quartz, dual chime movement plays switchable quarter hour 4/4 Westminster or Ave Maria chimes. Volume control and automatic nighttime chime shut-off option.
A minimalist twist on the traditional wall clock. Resolve to find contentment with the time you are given, without obsessing over the numbers. Feel things you have never felt before. Experience different points of view. Make the best of it. Live a life you are proud of. Discover the value of time with The Adam Schwoeppe Minimalist Circle Clock, an elegant eclectic timepiece. Revitalize your home decor as time passes silently with this modern black circle clock.
Time Clock Wizard makes payroll a snap! Stay on top of your payroll permanently by using our customizable reporting. Easily save, print and export functions into your current accounting software. The payroll system dovetails beautifully with popular accounting programs like QuickBooks, FreshBooks, ZenPayroll and others. Seamlessly introduce Time Clock Wizard into your existing workflow with instant results…. More OnPayroll Reporting Features
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Antique styling in a two-tone wall clock features a Worn Black finish with red undertones and a contrasting Antique Red inset panel. Beneath a convex glass crystal, the dial features an Antique Red background with gold Arabic numerals and aged brass-tone spade hands. The wood stick pendulum features a spun brass-finished bob. Finished in Worn Black on select materials, hardwoods and veneers. Quartz, non-chiming battery operated movement.
Certainly not just for telling time, wall clocks are perfect for adding artful appeal to your kitchen wall or acting as a focal point above the living room mantel. Take this one for example: crafted from metal, its frame features an openwork design and a black finish for a look that fits right into traditional abodes and modern farmhouses alike. Measures about 30'' in diameter. Requires one AA battery to operate.
Clocks today go far beyond the standard cuckoo or grandfather styles — everything from a futuristic digital alarm clock to a simplistic wood grain piece can add a touch of personal style and functional flair to your home. Whether you're mounting your clock on your wall as a focal point, using it as a bedside reference, or adorning your desk, a clock is always a useful addition to any space.
Transform an open and plain wall into a timeless focal point with this oversized clock, a versatile addition that lends any room in your home a touch of charm. Crafted of metal, this gray-finished piece features inner and outer rings connected by large Roman numerals that bring classic appeal to your space. This open-faced design is perfect for making a statement without overwhelming your arrangement. Mount this analog over a well-worn leather sofa so you don't lose track of the time as you...

At Bullhorn Peoplenet, we strive to remain at the forefront of technology in our business. Since 2008, we’ve offered the Pendo based Time Clock, which features a variety of different options for time tracking. Its robust functionality and simple configuration, as well as remote software updates will ensure that you will be capturing time accurately, as well as keeping up with the latest and greatest functionality.
Can we let you in on a secret? From pocket watches to grandfather clocks, a timepiece often tells as much about its owner as it does the hour. With a piece like this, you can ensure that it makes a statement in rustic-inspired style. Crafted from solid rubberwood with black metal spade handles, this piece is full of cottage charm. Featuring a distressed finish and roman numerals alongside its open back, this piece is sure to make welcome guests to your home with its modern farmhouse details.
Wall clocks both help you keep time and accent your space as decor that fills an empty wall space above the mantel or kitchen counter. For a clock that serves dual purposes, consider a numberless option—the minimalist look doesn't exude obvious functionality, but the time is still obvious and the clock works as a unique piece of hanging wall art—perfect for the living room or dining room. If you're not necessarily looking to make a bold style statement but still want a chic timepiece, embossed clocks fit the bill. The numbers add interest and dimension and keep the clock looking artful—another great option for the dining room or kitchen. For a family-friendly clock, look for large faces and clean-lined, easy-to-read numbering. With form and function in perfect accordance, this type also fits in beautifully on a bedroom wall. Don't forget about the home office, where time is of the essence. Minimalist designs in handsome walnut and sleek iron can add either a throwback or modern feel to the space. Wall clocks of all designs not only keep you, your family and your guests aware of the time, but also serve as great decorative elements to your home.
Coldplay released "Clocks" in Europe on 24 March 2003 as the album's third single. The single was issued with two B-sides: "Animals", which was one of the band's favourite songs performed on tour but was not included in the album, and "Crests of Waves". The single's cover, created by Sølve Sundsbø—as with the album and its other singles—is a portrayal of Chris Martin.[12] Across the United States, while preparing "The Scientist" as the album's second release, Coldplay's US label felt the song failed to "provide enough of a blood rush for American listeners"; instead, they released "Clocks" as the second single in the US.[13]
An early and influential time clock, sometimes described as the first, was invented on November 20, 1888, by Willard Le Grand Bundy,[2] a jeweler in Auburn, New York. His patent of 1890[3] speaks of mechanical time recorders for workers in terms that suggest that earlier recorders already existed, but Bundy's had various improvements; for example, each worker had his own key. A year later his brother, Harlow Bundy, organized the Bundy Manufacturing Company,[4][5] and began mass-producing time clocks.
The Howard Miller Morrison Wall Clock has a contemporary style in a curved structure. This wall clock has a rectangular shape with metallic highlights. The wall clock features a pendulum that makes it functional and a convenient clock to hang on the wall. This wall clock can be mounted on your bedroom wall or even in office. The sturdy clock can also be a great addition in an all boy’s room. This contemporary styled wall clock has a rectangular shape with recessed brushed nickel band...
A key code machine eliminates the need to purchase proximity cards for your employees. It's also more secure than a card-based system since cards can get lost or stolen. Icon Time's RTC 1000 Time Clock predominantly uses PINs but also take cards or Web punch entries. At the end of the day or week, employees can review the number of hours they worked on the machine.
A proximity time clock records employee attendance from a distance. When clocking in, employees can indicate their presence by waving a badge. The Icon Time Systems Time Clock is a standout product because of its versatility. It primarily uses the proximity system but can also log hours with Web-based punches and PINs. There are many different ways to access your employees’ attendance data. The clock can connect to your computer via USB, network or Wi-Fi, and it syncs with common payroll providers such as SurePayroll, Paychex Flex, Paycheck Preview and QuickBooks. You can record information for up to 50 employees, though this number is upgradable. The package includes 15 proximity badges and five Web punch licenses as well as a power supply, 15 feet of ethernet cable, 15 feet of USB cable and a locking mounting plate with two keys.

The Howard Miller Brassworks II 625-569 is an over-sized, large wall clock showcases a distressed red dial with metal outer frame finished in antique black with brass undertones and highlights. The dial features aged iron-finished gears viewed through an open center. The spade hour and minute hands are finished in antique black with brass undertones and an antique black-finished gear in the center rotates. Quartz, battery-operated movement requires 1 AA battery. One year warranty and Free Shipping.
In the late 20th century, time clocks started to move away from the mechanical machines to computer-based, electronic time and attendance systems. The employee either swipes a magnetic stripe card, scans a barcode, brings an RFID (radio-frequency identification) tag into proximity with a reader, enters an employee number or uses a biometric reader to identify the employee to the system. These systems are much more advanced than the mechanical time clock: various reports can be generated, including on compliance with the European Working Time Directive, and a Bradford factor report. Employees can also use the gadget to request holidays, enter absenteeism requests and view their worked hours. User interfaces can be personalized and offer robust self-service capabilities.
Time clock systems track employee attendance through a variety of means, including models that incorporate cloud-based functions. Fingerprint time clock systems improve accuracy and ensure that employees only sign themselves in when working. Biometric time clock systems reduce the time spent on payroll preparation while also protecting internal data. Read More
Howard Miller 625-323 Alton wall clock. Matte black case with shatter-resistant acrylic crystal. White dial and large, easy-to-read black Arabic numerals. Auto Daylight-Savings movement automatically adjusts for Daylight Savings Time. The hands of the clock follow an LCD display on the back of the clock and make corrections to keep the correct time including Daylight Saving Time corrections.
This Oversized Rustic Wood 24" Wall Clock is one of the best sellers and for good reason - this wonderfully shabby elegance wall clocks really give that country home decor or rustic decor character that you cannot find anywhere else! The simple beauty of it is amazing it a part for that shabby elegance decor or rustic home decor charm! Gorgeous in kitchens or anywhere you want to complete that French country decor look as well!
"Clocks" has been regarded as one of the finest achievements of Coldplay.[23] The song's piano progression remains the band's signature creation.[24] According to The New York Times, the opening piano arpeggios of "Clocks" have been widely sampled.[8] Also, many of the songs in X&Y feature influences from "Clocks". Brian Cohen of Billboard magazine noted that "Clocks" served as a "launching pad" for songs featured in X&Y, "several of which echo that track either in structure or feel."[25] "Speed of Sound", the first single from Coldplay's third album, X&Y, is similar to "Clocks",[24][26] in that the two songs have the same descending chord progression. According to The New York Times, American singer Jordin Sparks's 2008 single "No Air" "breathes life into the overfamiliar piano line" from "Clocks".[27] The song "Should I Go" by American singer Brandy, from her album Afrodisiac, samples the piano riff of "Clocks",[28] as does Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández's 2007 single "Te Voy A Perder". In 2009, French DJ David Guetta in collaboration with Kelly Rowland released the song "When Love Takes Over", which has a piano introduction like that of "Clocks". A riff similar to "Clocks" was also used for the 2009 song "Shining Down" by Chicagoan hip hop artist Lupe Fiasco and featuring Matthew Santos. An analogous riff can also be heard in the DJ Cahill Remix of the Agnes song I Need You Now. Rolling Stone ranked "Clocks" No. 490 of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time in 2010.[1]
Inspired by a vintage bicycle wheel, this awesome Oversized Kennan Metal 26.8" Wall Clock lends a touch of industrial chic style to your walls. This factory-chic timekeeper features rusted Arabic numerals, classic black spade hands on a battery-operated rusted gear movement, and gleaming metal wheel spoke accents. Create a factory-chic focal point in your dining room by mounting this piece on the wall over a reclaimed wood sideboard for guests to admire at your next dinner party or add it to...
You will look at your clock constantly (especially if you’re a highly punctual person!), so make sure you absolutely love it! In terms of general functionality, don’t choose a piece with Roman Numerals if you have a hard time reading them; conversely, if you can’t stand the neon glare of digital numbers, consider an analog clock. Aesthetically, you’ll also want to ensure that your new clock purchase also works well with the accessories and home decor you currently have. Even if your new clock is just going on your nightstand, picking something in a fun design can make a huge difference in terms of your room’s vibe; your alarm clock is going to be one of the first things you see in the morning, so make it something you'll be happy to wake up to! In terms of wall clocks, or larger floor or grandfather clocks, these statement pieces can really complement your living room and uplevel your decor — just make sure to choose a style and material that you won’t mind looking at for awhile!

Special features beyond simply keeping time can be either practical or decorative. Often found in the kitchen or other busy room, some digital clocks can show readings of the indoor or outdoor temperature, display the date, and have the capacity to set an alarm or timer. A swinging pendulum is most commonly found on fancier wood and metal clocks, though some novelty styles also feature a pendulum.


Vintage Latham Time Clock Model 2156 up for bid. Has not been in operation for years. Comes with key. The clock looks in great shape no dents or signs of abuse. Testing - When plugged in the clock does not work. When paper is placed in timecard slot and stamped you can see impression but ribbon is dry. Cord in good shape inside super clean. Heavy classic model - shipping $30 anywhere in continental us - no P.O. Boxes Sold as is
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