Excited for your new software but nervous some officers will be hesitant to get onboard? Not to worry. There are some simple things you can do to ensure a smooth roll out for everyone.
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It is common to find agencies calculating all their hours for payroll by hand using excel and paper forms. Processing payroll yourself may seem low cost but it is time-consuming and you're more
Email, text, and phone notifications are great tools for administrators in online scheduling software. They allow you to communicate with your personnel in mass quantities.
I don't know about you but for me, every time my smartphone has an update, I get a little queasy inside.
Extra duty, special assignments, off-duty... whatever you refer to them as in your department, they can be a pain to manage. You have to get your officers to fill the shifts, get them to submit
Whether you need one officer on 24/7 or 5 officers on from 2000 to 0400 every Tuesday, PlanIt can handle that. We have a staffing requirement feature that was built specifically for minimum
PlanIt Police Scheduling Software has a feature called Company Courses. It allows you to build web-based courses inside of PlanIt and assign them to individual people or groups of people and have
24-hour agencies require strategic thinking when it comes to personnel scheduling. There is one schedule in public safety that has become extremely common. It is known as the Pitman Schedule (or
I'm sure you've heard about National Police Week and National Night Out, but have you heard about Law Enforcement Appreciation Day?
Police scheduling software has been around for quite some time now. So, what is it that makes it useful and keeps it alive? Let's take a look...