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How to manage staffing for a crisis or disaster more efficiently (white paper)

Automated scheduling technology can help public safety agencies with employee notification and cost recovery for emergency staffing


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Sufficient staffing is a critical need for public safety agencies 24/7/365. Whether it’s an emergency response to a natural or man-made disaster or ensuring adequate coverage for special events and schools, the public safety workforce (and budgets) can be stretched thin.

Download the free white paper to learn how automated scheduling technology can help your agency get the right employees on scene during a crisis.
Download the free white paper to learn how automated scheduling technology can help your agency get the right employees on scene during a crisis.

Labor costs for disaster response – or even a large-scale special event – is one of the largest operational expenses for any public safety agency involved. Unfortunately, manual scheduling and notification systems make it difficult, if not impossible, to respond quickly with adequate personnel resources and track who worked, when they worked, where they worked and for how long so that those labor expenses can be allocated to the right cost center and reported accurately.

Download the free white paper to learn how automated scheduling technology can help your agency:

  • Quickly fill positions and get the right responders on scene with rapid two-way communication via interactive voice response and texting technologies.
  • Track employee hours, exceptions, overtime, work types, skills, certifications and more for reporting, training and payroll purposes.
  • Provide an accurate and auditable trail of labor expenses after the fact to help ensure complete cost recovery.

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