floor duty

floor duty

The practice of assigning responsibilities to real estate agents for spending time in the office in order to be available for walk-in customers or general phone inquiries not directed to a particular agent.

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I took it back to the hypermarket where I bought it, and the ground floor duty manager said I did not store it properly," said the resident, who wished to remain unnamed.
If there are other talented children in the class who are good in Academics, Sports, Dance, Music, Quiz, and good in behavior, then some of these are also nominated as prefect from the class who may be used for the service as library prefects, floor duty prefects, sports prefects, etc.
Similarly, any walk-ins to his office on Lexington Avenue, near East 56th Street, aren't greeted by Berman but by a receptionist or a broker doing a four-hour "floor duty" shift, he explains, so it's not like he's monopolizing them.
She was a school nurse at Auburn High School and had done private duty and floor duty at St.