time sovereignty

time sovereignty

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) control by an employee of the use of his or her time, involving flexibility of working hours
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In addition, delegates called for gender equality and greater protection for youth labour rights and related issues, such as the right to time sovereignty, data privacy, internet access and the right to disconnect.
And this is precisely what the Court had stated in Delgamuukw v British Columbia, (20) concluding that "aboriginal title crystallized" as a burden on underlying Crown title "at the time sovereignty was asserted." (21)
Speaking to ANI Boroghain said: "That time sovereignty was never discussed.
A separate industry has grown up around this concept, giving rise to a whole new vernacular: time sovereignty, life-coaching, family-friendly practices, annualised hours.
Unless Japan takes part in a multinational force, it would fail to arrange for keeping its troops in Iraq by the time sovereignty is handed over to an interim Iraqi government, added Hosoda, the top government spokesman.
n 'Time sovereignty' - experts say the ability to decide when and how you organise your day gives workers a sense of control and is said to lead to a boost in morale.