face time


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face time

(jargon)
Time spent interacting with somebody face-to-face (as opposed to via electronic links). "Oh, yeah, I spent some face time with him at the last Usenix."
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As a HR leader, having a clear view on your company's stance on face time and being consistent on what it means to your culture is important to master, because conversations about how much people are sitting at their desks in an office can easily become the proverbial 'third rail' and is huge demotivator for your best talent.
m adding that I had no facility for the investigation and finding the facts of cal, however, after investigation it was cleared that call was made through face time system.
But the first two calls were made the following day and the Face Time call on September 20.
Our youth culture also needs to be skilled at face time communication as well.
The power of face time you invested this year is clear from the impact you've had on the dialogue and the process.
In return, the women will be expected to chat with Face Time punters and "perform various acts as desired by clients".
Value to the firm no longer will be measured by the amount of face time or billable hours but rather by productivity and the quality of the work product.
Teacher preparation programs unquestionably face time pressure, but Imig makes the unwarranted inference that more course work would produce better-balanced reading lists.
Other missteps identified by recruiters were committing cultural gaffes and/or political suicide (16 percent), waiting too long to implement change (16 percent), not spending enough face time with subordinates (14 percent), getting sidetracked by "fire drills" (11 percent) and hesitating on tough personnel decisions (10 percent).
That way we can generate more profit because the more face time that a sales rep has with a customer, the more they can sell without having to worry about doing the background work.
With no marketing experience or material, Kozlowski says it was a tough challenge to pick up a phone to makes a sales pitch to a prospective client or start door-knocking to get some one-on-one face time.
According to the Minister, clients who continue to take every possible step to find work will not face time limit sanctions.