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    off hours

    Is it correct to say "off-hours", when refering to the hours people do not work? Like in the following sentences:

    I do need a pin to enter the office when I come to the office at off-hours.

    Thanks!

    Emily

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    Re: off hours

    That's fine.

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    #3

    Re: off hours

    You can also say "after hours."

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