flexi time

flexi time

An arrangement in UK hospitals that organises working days or shifts to better fit the needs of the service and the personal circumstances of the employee, enabling the employee to work longer hours at certain times and shorter hours at others, providing that the employee works a minimum number of hours over a set period.

Pros
Helps employees achieve a good work-life balance; helps manage schedules around holidays and seasons.
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The perks most appreciated include flexi time, casual dress code, games room and close early on a Friday.
Do I have to work overtime to get ahead in my career?People work late for a variety of reasons, among them the practice of flexi time, where employees may come in and leave work a bit late, cases of deadlines that need to be beaten, avoiding the tyranny of rush hour, escaping other spheres of life or, indeed, an attempt to impress bosses who fallaciously equate leaving work late to their teams' degree of commitment to duty or output.
'You cannot base that on your flexi time. You base the deadline on what you published.
Dean added: "From day one we'll be rolling out our policy of unlimited paid holidays, unlimited flexi time, free breakfasts and free protein shakes for all the staff.
He said: "From day one we'll be rolling out our policy of unlimited paid holidays, unlimited flexi time, free breakfasts and free protein shakes for all the staff.
She left her room rubbing her hands together with a jig saying "'appy days 'appy days Dar!" LISA FARMER: When I started my new job I told my seven-year-old son I wouldn't miss any of his school plays any more because my new job has flexi time. A few months on when he was learning his lines for his nativity he said: "Ah mummy you'll be able to come and see me this year if you ask your boss for some sexi time." I laughed but then realised what he could've been saying to his teachers!
The most popular reasons cited by Welsh employees for wanting flexible working are having more time to spend with their children (58%), feeling more productive if they could work flexi time (37%) and wanting a better work/life balance (17%).
1.50 PHARE ISLE, 2.20 FLEXI TIME, 2.50 COACH LANE, 3.20 SILVER BAY, 3.50 OSCAR GOGO, 4.20 WARPATH, 4.50 KELLS BELLE, 5.20 JOURNEYMAN
Flexible work arrangements such as flexi time, job sharing, work sharing, home working, term time, variable working hours, annualized hours, compressed working week, part time work, teleworking and voluntary reduced hours have been widely practiced in developed countries for several decades.
ELLERSLIE TOM ended a losing run stretching back to September 2006 when making all in the featured 2m handicap hurdle, his win sparking a 43-1 double for trainer Alison Thorpe, who also took the bumper with Flexi Time.
The former human resources manager has been shortlisted for creating Flexi Time Manager, which offers an online flexi-time recording service.
Unfortunately for Dolly, this was before flexi time.