manual time

manual time

[′man·yə·wəl ′tīm]
(industrial engineering)
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No-one has to fill in manual time sheets anymore which saves time and ensures the data is accurate.
Portfolio's Smart Keywords add-on module dramatically reduces manual time assigning keywords, the underpinning for effective digital asset management.
Further, 51 percent of respondents reported that they use manual time and attendance systems to track employees' hours and leave time.
You see the hobs work but the oven doesn't, so it's user manual time.
By streamlining the process and reducing the manual time needed to verify accounts, Edwards said the credit union has realized a 50-75% cost savings.
Available as software-as-a-service solution, it replaces manual time entry and reporting processes by allowing employers to tap into real-time labour data on-demand, so that they can assess and manage work schedules, time and payroll reports and staffing needs, regardless of the location.
Other features include a waterproof case resistant to 50 metres depth, an adjustable stainless steel strap, Electro-Luminescent back light which activates at the press of a button and manual time adjustment facility for overseas travel.
Many other features of SASS aid controllers, such as a manual time assignment feature, allow controllers to 'drag and drop' aircraft elsewhere on a timeline, or a different timeline to assign the appropriate STA.
Take-up of project management and PSA software remains slow, with two-thirds of respondents (65%) continuing to record expenses manually and half (48%) relying on manual time recording processes.
Nearly 200 people filled out manual time sheets, which then took three days to enter into the system.
With manual time cards, we were always at least a day behind.
We have used Excel spreadsheets and Sage to support us previously but it took too much manual time for us to run our business with disparate systems and did not support our time-driven business processes.