Improve the Public Safety Scheduling Process through Automation
Public safety scheduling is complex. Automating the scheduling process solves common scheduling issues and supports critical objectives.
Prison Unrest: Preparedness, Trends, and Staffing Software Solutions
Read about the findings of a new CorrectionsOne survey on whether corrections facilities are prepared for prison unrest and how an automated staffing and recall solution can help.
Automate Shift Bidding to Boost Productivity, Transparency, and Morale
Learn how automated shift bidding can boost productivity and employee morale by streamlining the scheduling process and enhancing trust in command staff.
Civil Unrest: Fire Service Preparedness, Trends, and Staffing Software Solutions
Read survey findings on whether fire departments are prepared for civil unrest and how an automated staffing and recall solution can help.
Civil Unrest: Police Preparedness, Trends, and Staffing Software Solutions
Read PoliceOne survey findings on whether police departments are prepared for civil unrest, and how one department manages such incidents using an automated staffing and recall solution.
The Impact of Fatigue on the Public Safety Workforce
With the right practices and automated scheduling solution, leaders can promote safer environments for responders and citizens.
Building a Sustainable Public Sector Workforce
Experts discuss the day-to-day workforce management challenges governments face and research findings from HR directors of 30 midsize U.S. cities.
Sick Leave Abuse: Trends, Technology, and Real-World Solutions
Whitepaper analyzes the results of a recent sick leave abuse survey by PoliceOne.com and FireRescue1.com which show that it is a problem for many departments — and that a large part of resolving it means moving to a more efficient and consistent scheduling process.
Sick Leave Abuse: Trends, Technology, and Solutions
This white paper analyzes the results of a recent sick leave abuse reader survey by CorrectionsOne.com which show that sick leave abuse is rising in corrections — and that a large part of resolving the problem means moving to more efficient and consistent scheduling processes.