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flexitime

See flextime.
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He said that so far "Czechs take flexitime as a benefit, but it isn't something usually expected yet.
While it only operates one shift each day, the start and finish times do vary when overtime is worked, and the staff operate under a slightly different flexitime scheme.
This is the acquisition and maintenance of a flexitime and access for replacing existing management systems of working hours and control secure access to local control, seat and remote sites of the SSTC.
Tray high speed for Flexitime Dynamix impression material.
The point being that flexitime helps people get their work-life balance right.
The Government were to bring in new flexitime rights next April.
Checks found hundreds of workers are failing to clock out and in during the lunch break as required by the flexitime system at Newcastle City Council.
The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) has found that, out of 8,000 firms surveyed across Europe, 48% in the UK offered flexitime compared to 90% in mainland Europe.
Employers will be asked to consider ways to reduce stress at work and introduce flexitime to improve the working lives of staff.
On April 6, 2003, British workers gained the statutory right to request flexible work arrangements such as compressed hours, job sharing, flexitime, or home working while British employers gained the statutory duty to take such requests seriously.
However, the survey also found that 77pc believe that flexitime is suitable for managers, while 57pc believe wearing a suit and tie should be compulsory attire for managers.