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Face Time

In investment banking, a slang term for staying at work late but not to do any extra work. An employee puts in face time because a supervisor has not noticed that she does not have enough work to do, but the employee does not want to be caught and assigned another project.
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But I believe nothing can take the place of face time.
Ninety-seven percent of business travelers think face time is the most important part of developing and maintaining strong client relationships and over half (53 percent) of business travelers reported having more in-person meetings with clients than in previous years.
Face Time is simple and intuitive, and the clarity of calls is far greater - but it's hamstrung by only working over WiFi and to other iPhone 4 users.
Does the Hollywood bodyguard treatment that Mayo saw Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush get with the pigskinners -- there could be face time at the ESPY Awards and the Playboy Mansion on the same night with thugs pushing away the reporters -- fit into his master plan to pimp out the school?
In between recent tour dates, she also completed the debut release from her other band, New England Roses, Face Time With Son.
They will enjoy more face time with the chief executive officer, the chief financial officer, board members and the corporate decision makers, but only if they are willing to stretch themselves professionally, as well as their key partners, especially their brokers.
The production of his hit show was changed to give Sutherland's face time to heal.
Among the new words posted are: Roth IRA, Steadicam, road rage, family values, telomerase, Java, DVD, and face time.
New Approach Frees Up Regional Life Offices for More Face Time with Insurance Professionals
However, with face time between doctors and drug representatives dwindling, representatives must carefully and creatively tailor their sales pitches, according to a study by business intelligence firm Cutting Edge Information.
To understand the implications for at-home workers and their employers, the research team conducted hour-long, open-ended interviews with 39 managers, inquiring about their understanding of face time and how it functions in their workplaces.