Flexible scheduling is an alternative to the traditional work schedule. Instead of the normal 9 AM to 5 PM requirement, employees working under a flexible schedule can vary their arrival and departure time. There are typically requirements that will vary from organization to organization. For instance, it is usually required that the employee still works a total of at least 40 hours in one week, or be present for a certain number of hours each day. Additionally, there may be a set of core hours that an employee must be present for, regardless of whether they are working on a flexible schedule or not.
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