Time Sheets

“Hi, my name is Pam. This is my first day of work here. I used a time clock to punch in at my old job. Do you punch in here?” asks Pam.

“No, we use time sheets,” says Al. “Here is mine,” Al says as he shows his time sheet to Van. “I write the date that I work. Then I write the time I start and end my workday. It’s easy.”

“Where can I find a time sheet?” ask Pam. “There is a stack of them in the office,” says Al. Al tells Pam that time sheets are due on the first and fifteenth of the month.

“Thanks for your help,” says Pam. “You’re welcome,” says Al.

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