flexecutive

flexecutive

(flɛɡˈzɛkjʊtɪv)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) an executive to whom the employer allows flexibility about times and locations of working
[C20: from flex(ible)+ (ex)ecutive]
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The report by recruitment consultancy Flexecutive was published yesterday at the start of Work-Life Balance Week - now in its second year.
Sonntag further believes that Promontory the Ranch Club offers unique opportunities for combining business and pleasure: "It's the kind of community the 'flexecutive' looks for.
"One interim manager I know always takes the summer off to go on holiday with his kids," agrees Carol Savage, managing director of interim management recruitment consultancy Flexecutive.
Bobos (yuppies with bohemian hippy-ish outlooks), Yippies (hippies with yuppie-ish outlooks) and Flexecutives (the self-employed who work hard like yuppies for six months, and then take six months off to travel like hippies).
Of course, all this means that most flexecutives (multi-tasking executives) are suffering from analysis paralysis (caused by too much information) which can lead to a severe case of presenteeism (reporting for work even when sick, for fear of losing one's job).
They are known as flexis - short for flexecutives - the nineties answer to yuppies, with scruffier clothes, trendy jobs and a tendency to duck responsibility in their private lives.