Staggered Hours

From WikiLabour
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Staggered Hours - (adjective + noun)


This describes a system of working in which employees do not all arrive and leave work at the same time. There are, however, large periods of overlap - especially with regards to the core hours within a workday.


Source: Adapted from Free Dictionary
Example of Use: The introduction of staggered hours gave more flexibility to the workers.