Byline: Jennifer Robison Synopsis: New Gallup research shows that an engaging workplace has more of an effect on worker wellbeing than your company's vacation or flextime policies do.
What does FT stand for?
FT stands for Flextime
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- Fire Treated (lumber saturated with a fire retardant)
- Firing Tables
- Firm Transportation (high priority transportation service)
- First Telecast
- First Things (Journal by the Institute on Religion and Public Life)
- Fishing Trawler
- Fixed Radio Terminal
- Fixed Target
- Fixed Terminal
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sino-American's Lu suggested that Taiwan's government should emulate its German counterpart to allow industries to adopt a flextime practice in the face of steep economic downturn.
Morris doesn't want employees making similar sacrifices, and reinforces this not only through talk, but through corporate policies allowing flextime and telecommuting, among other things.
A long-standing flextime policy allows participants to work 37.
Bonnie Sue Gariety and Sherrill Shaffer look at the relationship between wages and flextime and find that flexible schedules are associated with higher wages.
They write a bill to eliminate flextime, the ability for workers to work longer days without overtime so they can take off a day without using a sick or vacation day, and the Assembly and Senate pass it and the governor enacts it.
He soon learned from department officials that the DOL objected to his company's flextime policy for salaried employees.