InTime Blog

From Cop Tips to upcoming Webinars, the InTime Blog has a variety of resources for easy reference.

Feature Friday: User Setup vs. Employee Setup in InTime

InTime's version 3.0 release introduced a new and revamped User Setup view where all Employees, Schedulers and Agents have their details and notification information consolidated under one menu header. Note that previously, the Employee users would have to activate...

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Ask Madison: Daylight Savings

Spring is on the way and you may be wondering how to handle daylight savings time in InTime. Depending on your agencies rules you can choose to ignore the hours change or adjust them manually. When daylight Savings begins on March 11th 2018, the hour between 0200 &...

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Generate Timesheets that Fill Themselves

Struggling to generate accurate Timesheets every payroll period? Change your approach to timekeeping. If you are struggling each payroll period to generate accurate timesheets and input them into your payroll system, then this 30-minute webinar is going to...

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Feature Friday- Locations and Sub-Locations

Why You Should Be Using Location Scheduling Using Locations in InTime enables you to know exactly where all of your employees are at any given time. Say you need 5 bodies at an event, how do you do know if you have enough? The answer is Locations. If you work in...

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4 Ways to Improve Officer Wellness

Go to any law enforcement conference or pick up any police magazine and it becomes very clear what the buzz word for 2016 is. ‘Officer Wellness’ is the idea that every cop deserves to be provided with adequate health and safety measures and that their physical and...

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5 Ways to Reduce Overtime

Overtime in your police department isn’t going away anytime soon… Just as a conservative example, Springfield Police Department spent $3.7 million on overtime over the past 5 years, according to fiscal statements released by the city’s finance department.­­ There are...

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How Many Officers Are Enough?

How many officers are enough? Do you need enough to fill the districts? Do you need enough to respond to emergencies in 5 minutes instead of 6? Or do you need to take a new look at how this is all calculated? The Gold Standard Traditionally, calls for...

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Rotation Schedule

If beauty sleep is your top priority, then being a cop just might not be for you. In a study by Boston BWH (Brigham and Women’s Hospital) it was found that 40% of police officers in the US suffer from sleep disorders. I know what you’re thinking, tell me something I...

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Adjusting to Shift Changes

Due to the nature of police work, rotation schedules are not going away anytime soon. If you read our last blog post, “3 Changes to your Rotation Schedule that Can Save Lives,” you know full-well that poorly planned rotations can be fatal to your officers. A study...

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Choose the Right Shift Length

Due to the nature of police work, rotating schedules are not going away anytime soon. What most people don't realize is that the actual length of the shift being rotated is important. Choosing the right shift length can improve employee morale, increase performance,...

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