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Non-traditional work scheduling practice which allows full-time employees to choose their individual starting and quitting times within certain limits (such as 'not earlier than 5 a.m.' and 'not later than 9 p.m.'). Flextime periods usually precede or follow a core time during which all employees must be present.

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The company had a flextime policy and that made all of the workers happy because they could set their own times.
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Having such a weird FLEXTIME results in poor performance for employees as well as employers alike and usually attributes to a greater or increase workload overall.
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If you trust one of your workers you may allow him to have a flextime schedule so that he can work when he wants to.
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