- (N. Amer. also flextime)noun a system allowing employees some flexibility as to when they work their allotted hours.
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flexitime — flex‧i‧time [ˈfleksɪtaɪm] , flex‧time [ˈflekstaɪm] noun [uncountable] HUMAN RESOURCES a system in which people work a fixed number of hours each week or month, but can change the times at which they start and finish each day: • Just about… … Financial and business terms
flexitime — flex i*time , flextime flex time flex time flex time , n. [short for flexible time.] A system of scheduling working hours in places of employment, which allows employees to arrive at and leave work at times of their own choice, providing that… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
flexitime — (N. Amer. also flextime) ► NOUN ▪ a system allowing some flexibility as to when workers put in their allotted hours … English terms dictionary
flexitime — [[t]fle̱ksitaɪm[/t]] N UNCOUNT Flexitime or flextime is a system that allows employees to vary the time that they start or finish work, provided that an agreed total number of hours are spent at work. (in AM, use flextime) … English dictionary
flexitime — noun see flextime … New Collegiate Dictionary
flexitime — flex·i·time (flĕkʹsĭ tīm ) n. See flextime. * * * … Universalium
flexitime — noun An arrangement that allows employees to set their own working hours within agreed limits; normally must include certain periods (core time) when they must be at work … Wiktionary
flexitime — flex|i|time [ˈfleksitaım] n BrE flex|time [ˈflekstaım] AmE [U] a system in which people work a particular number of hours each week or month, but can change the times at which they start and finish each day … Dictionary of contemporary English
flexitime — n. flextime, flexible work hours, work hours which may be changed according to need … English contemporary dictionary
flexitime — BrE, flex.time AmE noun (U) a system in which people work a fixed number of hours each week or month, but can change the times at which they start and finish each day … Longman dictionary of contemporary English