flexitime

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From flexi(ble) +‎ time.

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flexitime (uncountable)

  1. An arrangement that allows employees to set their own working hours within agreed limits; normally must include certain periods (core time) when they must be at work.
    • 2011, ‘Land of the wasted talent’, The Economist, 5 Nov 2011:
      Even if the company rule book says that flexitime is allowed, those who work from home are seen as uncommitted to the team.

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