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What is flextime? A) Workplace fitness programs B) Flexible work hours and opportunity to work at home C) Working 40 hours a week in a cube D) Working ONLY from home
Flextime is: Flexible work hours and opportunity to work at home.
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Flextime is: Flexible work hours and opportunity to work at home.
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