This dual tone wall clock features a handsome Rustic Cherry finish with a contrasting Vintage Umber inset panel. The wood stick moving pendulum features a spun brass-finished bob. Beneath a convex glass crystal, the dial features a two color wood-tone dial with gold Arabic numerals and aged brass-tone spade hands. Finished in distressed Rustic Cherry on select hardwoods and veneers. Quartz, non-chiming battery operated movement.
This large farmhouse wall clock measures 36 inches This large farmhouse wall clock measures 36 inches across the face and features horizontal cedar wood slats a white distressed finish and hand painted black Roman numerals. Finish will vary slightly depending on each unique wood tone and grain pattern. The clock includes a high torque quartz movement antique-style spade ...  More + Product Details Close
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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]
With the mass market proliferation of mobile devices (smart phones, handheld devices), new types of self-calculating time tracking systems have been invented which allow a mobile workforce – such as painting companies or construction companies - to track employees 'on' and 'off' hours. This is generally accomplished through either a mobile application, or an IVR based phone call in system. Using a mobile device allows enterprises to better validate that their employees or suppliers are physically 'clocking in' at a specific location using the GPS functionality of a mobile phone for extra validation.
Subscription-based electronic time clock systems provide technical support and ensure that data remains secure. Time clocks can also review existing details about employees, including whether their current status is compliant with local healthcare and wage laws. Time clocks can integrate their data tools with other online platforms. Businesses that intend to grow their operations should consider a time clock system that has expandable capabilities for utilization in the future.
The uPunch Time Clock marries the old school act of punching in with the convenience of cloud technology. It's the most budget-friendly option on this list. The uPunch Time Clock can track any number of employees. Workers can punch in six times a day for start times, break times, lunch times and finish times. Before pay periods, you can manually enter the time card data online in the free cloud-based software, which includes time-tracking features, pay reports, overtime tracking and export options to a payroll system. The standard bundle comes with a time clock, 100 time cards, two keys and one ink ribbon. The biggest package includes all of that with an additional two card racks, three ink ribbons and 300 cards.
Smart IP address recognition and geo location prevents employees from clocking in or out from unauthorized locations. Some employees can be authorized to clock in from the office only, while employees who require more mobility can be accurately tracked as to when and where they clock in from. No room for confusion, no difficult to sort through records….More OnClock Points Features
If your office works with important documents where time is of the essence, consider the Pyramid 3500 Multi-Purpose Time Clock and Document Stamp. Sure, this multipurpose machine is a step up from a standard punch-in system in that it can mark more than just employee attendance. It includes 14 pre-programmed messages for time-sensitive documents like incoming mail, attendance logs and legal paperwork. The setup is easy to understand, featuring an alignment indicator and a side-loading document feed. The time clock comes with one ribbon, two security keys and 25 time cards. The one major drawback is that you'll have to manually enter and calculate hours since the machine cannot connect to a computer.
Features: LCD display, easy to manage and track employee attendance records,easy to read the data. Supports automatic feed and alignment function, aligns the time cards perfectly each time Wide range of applications,you can use it in office, company, factory and more places. It can record weekly, semimonthly, and monthly pay periods. Automatic in-and-out attendance card,easy and convenient to use it. Description: Environmental protecting and low energy consumption.
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