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September 29th, 2008
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The Most Important Question Of The Day

It's important, really

Flextime
27(67.5%)
Overtime
13(32.5%)


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From:polyfrog
Date:September 29th, 2008 01:09 pm (UTC)
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In general I'd prefer flextime.

But I'm pretty damned short of cash at the moment, and also my current employer is really not very good at keeping track of/paying back out on flextime.
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From:celtic_catgirl
Date:September 29th, 2008 01:19 pm (UTC)
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I'd prefer flex as long as there aren't too many restrictions on when I can use it.
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From:awfulhorrid
Date:September 29th, 2008 01:53 pm (UTC)
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I'm a consultant / contract worker, so I don't exactly get either. I sort of get flextime in that I can more or less come and go as I please ... which of course it a blessing as well as a curse since I don't get paid for not being at work.
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From:gundo
Date:September 29th, 2008 02:34 pm (UTC)
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Flextime has let me go to several conventions without taking vacation time, so it's really appreciated.
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From:born_to_me
Date:September 29th, 2008 03:56 pm (UTC)
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Hee. Yeah. When I was single or married & childless and working full time, overtime was what I wanted. Now flextime is incredibly important on a lot of levels.
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From:spiritdance
Date:September 29th, 2008 03:20 pm (UTC)
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Hey, at this point I'd take either ($employer of husband has decided they won't pay salaried employees anything over their salary, regardless of how many hours they work, then asked all employees to work 10% more hours ::sigh:: Oh, and flex time would be good, but they don't offer that, either)
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From:jannyblue
Date:September 29th, 2008 10:22 pm (UTC)
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Going to conventions when you have to maintain your day-job is hard enough when you only get a handful of vacation days per year...

I don't mind the unplanned 11-hour shift quite as much if I know I can leave after lunch on Friday.
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