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flex·i·time

 (flĕk′sĭ-tīm′)
n.

flexitime

(ˈflɛksɪˌtaɪm) or

flextime

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a system permitting flexibility of working hours at the beginning or end of the day, provided an agreed period of each day (core time) is spent at work. Also called (informal): flexi

flexitime

a work practice under which workers are able, within certain limits, to choose their own hours of work.
See also: Work
Translations
سَاعَاتُ عَمَلٍ مَرِنَةنِظام عَمَل مَرِن
pohyblivá pracovní dobapružná pracovní doba
flekstid
liukuva työaika
prilagodljivo radno vrijeme
rugalmas munkaidő
フレックスタイム
탄력근무제
flextid
เวลาที่ยืดหยุ่นได้
esnek çalışma saatiesnek mesai saati
giờ làm việc linh hoạt

flexitime

[ˈfleksɪtaɪm] N (Brit) → horario m flexible

flexitime

[ˈflɛksitaɪm] nhoraire m flexible, horaire m à la carte
to work flexitime → travailler en horaires aménagés
to be on flexitime → avoir un horaire flexible

flexitime

[ˈflɛksɪˌtaɪm] norario flessibile

flex

(fleks) verb
to bend, especially in order to test. to flex one's muscles.
noun
(a piece of) thin insulated wire for carrying electricity. That lamp has a long flex.
ˈflexible adjective
1. that can be bent easily. flexible metal.
2. able or willing to change according to circumstances etc. My holiday plans are very flexible.
ˌflexiˈbility noun
ˈflexitime noun
a system where employees may choose their own working hours.

flexitime

سَاعَاتُ عَمَلٍ مَرِنَة pružná pracovní doba flekstid Gleitzeit ευέλικτο ωράριο horario flexible liukuva työaika horaires flexibles prilagodljivo radno vrijeme orario flessibile フレックスタイム 탄력근무제 variabele werktijden fleksitid ruchomy czas pracy horário de trabalho flexível скользящий график flextid เวลาที่ยืดหยุ่นได้ esnek çalışma saati giờ làm việc linh hoạt 弹性上班制
References in periodicals archive ?
Providing greater flexibility in scheduling when work is done - such as flexitime, annualised hours or compressed work weeks - is the most common offering from employers.
Earlier this year we launched #100waystoworkflexibly which details a range of different steps businesses can take to support both men and women at work including flexitime, job shares, remote working and annualised hours.
In general, if flexitime is what you are after, then be a freelancer.
"Flexitime allows for short hours of intensive activity combined with long hours of boring meetings, sorting squabbling staff and liaising with dysfunctional UK sister organisation.
In 2010, 27 per cent of employees in the Czech Republic used flexitime benefits at work, according to a survey from the website platy.cz.
Non smoking in pubs, maternity/parental leave, working time directives, flexitime, health and safety issues and many more all add cost to a business, but if these owners fought each new law they disagreed with by resorting to appeals, they would soon go bankrupt.
3, 2011 (CENS) -- During a meeting with President Ma Ying-jeou yesterday, most of the top brasses of Taiwan's 17 iconic high-tech companies suggested that the government legislate flexitime practice to help the island's manufacturers survive the waning global economy.
The outdoor workforce has no access to the flexitime scheme, but is offered nine-day fortnights.
Public servants are facing changes to flexitime arrangements as well as longer working hours under Government proposals for an extension to the agreement.
With more people working from home, the TUC said flexitime and other arrangements should be considered to enable workers to follow the Olympics and help ease pressure on transport systems, especially in London.
With more people working from home, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) said flexitime and other arrangements should be considered to help ease pressure on transport systems, especially in London, in the coming months.