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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.]
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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.
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Translations
pohyblivá pracovná doba

flex(i)time

nGleitzeit f
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Taking that concept one step further, IBM is experimenting with midday flextimes that allow employees to take an extra hour -- or even two -- during their lunch periods and make up the time before or after the workday.
Part time, flextime, job sharing and working from home are just some examples of the many options opening up to people in the work force today.
Probably the oldest of the new alternatives, flextime is now offered in as many as 40 percent of the nation's companies, according to Industry Week magazine.