Time spent at work, whilst working in an office job, that is not actually spent working, but merely invested into giving the powers that be the illusion that you are putting in effort beyond the call of duty. This is done in order to further your career and make yourself seem more valuable than others, particulalry in a large anonymous office.
I'm only contracted to work 0900 to 17:30, but I usually arrive about 0830 and go home about 19:00. This way my boss thinks I am the hardest working person at my level. It's not fun and it sure ain't right, but the face time will pay dividends later on.
by All your base December 28, 2004
One on one time with another person to discuss or reflect upon something
Before the big game, head coach had some face time with the starting players.
by Po June 29, 2003
A meeting "in person", such that both parties are present "in the flesh". No, videoconferences don't count.
"I need to get some face time with the boss if I ever want this project to be approved".
by droid June 21, 2003
The amount of time some gets in front of a camera.
Ed sullivan got a lot of face time during his show.
by N.K. June 29, 2003
the amount of time a person gets in front of the camera
She gets a lot of face time.
by jerk October 06, 2003
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