glide time


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glide time

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) NZ 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 (in Britain and certain other countries): flexitime
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Guimaraes and Hay (1985) and Hay (1988) concluded that glide time is more important to the start phase than either block time or flight time (explaining 95% of the variance of the starting time for r = 0.97).
Fast and smooth, LandRollers reduce vibration (for a chatter-free ride and less ankle fatigue) and provide longer glide time, thanks to a large wheel circumference.
His career took off with Glide Time in 1976 and since then he has been writing a stage play a year.
Flex-time and glide time working hours were implemented so workers could attend conferences in the evening or on the weekends as well as use comp-time or overtime to encourage worker participation.
But there is still only the one life, and my friend chooses to take it on the wing, with no glide time. We clap and cheer, released now, as he slides in, alive to his chances.