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flexitime

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But flexitime can give a business, as well as its employees, greater flexibility to meet the needs of customers over extended hours, to focus on essential project work before and after the normal finishing time, and to have a more committed and happier team," he said.
But since we've started our time travel, we might as well see how Flexitime moves forward.
FlexiTime is one of a new breed of online software tools bringing innovation to traditional business areas such as payroll, POS and accounting.
He said that so far "Czechs take flexitime as a benefit, but it isn't something usually expected yet.
The Zeus Third-Generation Time Management Software has various benefits for Morgan, such as smooth implementation, easily viewed information for both management and staff, generating valuable reports including general attendance, overtime, flexitime, absence and holidays to ensure optimum productivity levels and it is operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
One of the more effective perks is a scheme including flexitime options, which allow many employees to stay at work when otherwise they might leave.
A further quarter (26 per cent) said staff benefit from flexitime, with one in ten (10 per cent) accepting term time only working.
In the short time needed for the anesthesia to work, I took my impression for the temporary using Flexitime Monophase impression material (Heraeus Kulzer) in a rimless quadrant tray.
The survey also illustrated a real desire by managers to implement flexitime, or at least, flexible methods of working.
Employment minister Alan Johnson has chosen today to announce that parents with kids under six will get the legal right to work part or flexitime.
Reporting findings of a survey on the use of CWs, flexitime, staggered hours, and part-time employment in large Arizona companies.