Definition of flextime in English:

flextime

Syllabification: flex·time
Pronunciation: /ˈfleksˌtīm
 
/
(British flexitime /ˈfleksi-/)

noun

  • A system of working a set number of hours with the starting and finishing times chosen within agreed limits by the employee: no need for day care—the parents can work flextime
    More example sentences
    • It has all the key features of a time and attendance system geared to accommodate flexitime and annualised hours solutions in an Irish employment situation.
    • One solution, Conran believes, could be flexitime, with employees choosing, within certain limits, when to start and end their working day.
    • Flexible working hours can take the form of annualised hours, compressed hours, flexitime, home working or job sharing.

Origin

1970s: blend of flexible and time.

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