flextime


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flex·time

 (flĕks′tīm′)
n.
An arrangement by which employees may set their own work schedules, especially their starting and finishing hours. Also called flexitime.

[flex(ible) time.]

flex•time

(ˈflɛksˌtaɪm)

also flex•i•time

(ˈflɛk sɪ-)

n.
a system that allows an employee to choose the hours for starting and leaving work.
[1970–75]
flex′tim`er, n.
Translations
pohyblivá pracovná doba

flex(i)time

nGleitzeit f
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