For the purpose of this agreement, flextime means hours worked by employees who are given authority by the Employer to choose their starting and finishing times, the length of their workday, and days off, for the purpose of providing flexible and accessible service to clients, and providing that:
(a) the workday shall not exceed 10 hours, except where the employee specifically requests and the Employer agrees; and
(b) full-time employees shall perform work on at least four days in any calendar week; and
(c) employees shall average 75 hours of work per fortnight; and
(d) employees shall continue to be subject to periodic specific instructions from the Employer to attend at particular places and at particular times as required; and
(e) regular full-time employees who have a day of absence from work, whether with or without pay, shall be deemed to be absent for seven and one-half hours, provided at least seven and one-half hours are required to complete the averaging period. If less than seven and one-half hours are required to complete the averaging period, such number of hours will be deemed to be hours of absence;
(f) where the full-time hours of work for a regular employee covered by this article are different than 37½ hours per week, the hours of work per fortnight under (c) above shall be adjusted to reflect those full-time weekly hours and,
similarly, the deemed daily hours under (e) above shall be adjusted to reflect the regular full-time weekly hours of work divided by five days.