Flexibility

  • (noun): The quality of being adaptable or variable.
    Example: "He enjoyed the flexibility of his working arrangement"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on flexibility:

Muscle Contracture
... the muscle and its tendons shorten, resulting in reduced flexibility ... downward a contracture occurs, giving the foot a progressively downward angle and loss of flexibility ... A common cause for having the ankle lose its flexibility in this manner is from having sheets tucked in at the foot of the bed when sleeping ...
Labour Market Flexibility - Flexibility For Workers
... However, labour market flexibility does not only refer to the strategies used by employers to adapt to their production/business cycles as it is in the definitions above ... Increasingly the common view is that labour market flexibility can potentially be used for both workers and companies/ employers and employees ... their needs through the use of labour market flexibility strategies, workers adapt to their life cycles and their needs through it (Chung, 2006) ...
Active Living - Types of Physical Activity
... There are three types of physical exercises that a person can do to keep active endurance, flexibility and strength activities ... Flexibility activities improve your body’s ability to move and assist in keeping your muscles and joints relaxed ... It is easy to incorporate endurance, flexibility and strength activities into your daily routine for active living ...
Labour Market Flexibility - Theory - Financial or Wage Flexibility
... Financial or wage flexibility is in which wage levels are not decided collectively and there are more differences between the wages of workers ... Other than the 4 types of flexibility there are other types of flexibility that can be used to enhance adaptability ... One way worth mentioning is locational flexibility or flexibility of place ...

More definitions of "flexibility":

  • (noun): The property of being flexible.
    Synonyms: flexibleness