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time clock in Conditions of employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtime clockˈtime clock noun [countable]  BECa special clock that records the exact time when someone arrives at and leaves work
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time clockEnsure that you are familiar with any heating controls the system may have such as a time clock or programmer.I was not looking at a time clock or hours.Alternatively, a single softner operating on a time clock and regenerating during the night may be the best solution.Dear Help Wanted: We punch a time clock and our employer has a rigid lateness policy.If there were a time clock for murder, it would show one every twenty-six minutes.Baby schedules did not fit any time clock.A pseudo-variable which reads and sets the elapsed time clock.The building had no water and the scoreboard had no time clock.