Flexibility [noun]

Definition of Flexibility:

elasticity, adaptability

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Sentence/Example of Flexibility:

In addition to its flexibility, one of the big things was its reliability.

“If a customer prefers to not fly on this aircraft, we’ll provide flexibility to ensure they can be easily re-accommodated,” the carrier said in a message to employees.

Baxter-Gilbert acknowledges that the shrinking may not be due to natural selection and could instead be a consequence of the toads having the developmental flexibility to respond to a quirk of their island environment.

The agencies offer staffing flexibility and can help shield companies from legal issues surrounding employees’ questionable immigration status or workers’ compensation claims because they are the direct employer.

That flexibility, and the trust it created, is playing a role this time.

Ultimately, questions around flexibility, transparency and payment speed remain crucial questions for publishers — ones that some larger vendors still haven’t answered in the wake of the pandemic.

It’s about choice, control, flexibility and transparencyBuyers need to buy the way they want to buy, whether it’s Direct IO or programmatic buying or anything in between.

The flexibility to ensure that blockbusters would have a longer exclusive run in theaters was key for the company.

The findings suggest that offering roles with more flexibility could “help women progress into higher paid jobs whilst fitting other commitments around their careers,” he said.

People have realized they can be just as effective from home, saving them a commute and giving them a little more flexibility and freedom.