Is there a fair way to allocate overtime? So many factors come into play like hours worked, seniority, etc. So what is fair and how do you manage it?
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Accessing a real time view of the department schedule can reduce errors, save cost, and improve employee satisfaction. Discover more perks online today.
Learn more about the 9/80 schedule that consists of 5 days on, 3 days off, 4 days on, and 2 days off. This template can be used in a 6 officer department.
Shift length has an effect on an officer's performance. Take a look at the pros and cons of each shift length to help improve work life quality for your officers.
Whether you're out on patrol, at the station, or anywhere in between you'll have full visibility of your schedule. You'll get updates about schedule changes, when your time off has been approved or your shift trade has been declined. Stay up to date and keep communication flowing at all times...
There are a few simple commands in Excel that can make your workday easier. Check out these 5 useful formulas in Excel and find out if they can save you time.
Implementing new software in your department can seem like a daunting task. Follow these 5 phases from PlanIt Police to help transition to the new system.
Simplify your department's end-of-year schedule changes with PlanIt Police. Get ready for the new year with help from our police scheduling software.
Creating a schedule for the new year? We are here to help. This article includes a compilation of shift schedule examples for personnel in 24/7 organizations. It is split up by shift times (ex: 8, 10, and 12-hour shifts), and by department size (number of officers). Browse and download...
Are you looking into switching your personnel shift lengths & rotations? Check out these common day, mid, & night shift schedules used by 24/7 organizations.
PlanIt Police is an online scheduling system for police departments. PlanIt is developed by Ragnasoft, Inc which has specialized in public safety scheduling solutions for over 10 years.
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