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As a full-time faculty member, my load is five three-credit classes a semester and six office hours, which means I only have to "punch the clock" for twenty-one hours per week.
Do you remember your first summer job as a teenager, wherein you had to "punch the clock" four times a day by sliding the paper time card into that large machine attached to the wall?
Times are tight at Monsters, Inc, the fright factory where its blue collar scarers and their assistants punch the clock, slipping through inter-dimensional portals (that's closet doors) to do their thing to their designated toddlers.
REAPING THE REWARDS: Robin Reid is not ashamed to enjoy the money he has earned the hard way with just three defeats in his 34 fight career, including 23 knockouts; PUNCH THE CLOCK: Robin Reid beats Hassine Cherifi on points over 12 rounds in a 1997 WBC title defence
He based his decision on a federal law called the Portal-to-Portal Act, which specifically exempts employers from paying for pre- and post-work activities such as waiting to pick up protective gear or waiting in line to punch the clock.
solicitor general, said a federal law called the Portal-to-Portal Act specifically exempted employers from paying for so-called ''preliminary and postliminary'' activities such as time spent commuting, waiting to pick up protective gear or waiting in line to punch the clock.