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Flexible work arrangements
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-- See Also the narrower term Compressed workweek


Here are entered works on job schedules that permit employees to work more hours than normal per day in exchange for spending fewer than the normal number of days per week on the job.
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-- See Also the narrower term Flextime


Here are entered works on arrangements by which employees can determine their daily arrival and departure times, providing they work a certain number of hours. Works on work arrangements that vary from the standard five-day, forty-hour week spent in a traditional office or workplace are entered under Flexible work arrangements.
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-- See Also the narrower term Four-day week


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-- See Also the narrower term Job sharing


Here are entered works on the sharing of one full-time job or position by two or more persons as an alternative to the traditional work week. Works on the spreading of available work among members of a working group to avoid redundancy or layoff, or to equalize the distribution of income among them, are entered under Work sharing.
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-- See Also the narrower term Part-time employment


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-- See Also the narrower term Telecommuting


Here are entered works on the use of computer and telecommunications technologies to permit employees to substitute telecommunications for transportation thereby allowing some or all of a job to be performed at home, or at other off-site locations, such as telecommuting centers.
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