Wondering How Other Public Safety Agencies Manage Overtime?This is your chance to find out.
InTime is conducting a national survey via a 3-minute anonymous online survey focused on public safety agency overtime management, budgetary challenges, and related issues. InTime will compile and incorporate the collective data into a research report, which should enable agencies to benchmark their experience against other public safety agencies.
To receive a copy of the report, simply participate in the 3-minute anonymous online survey by November 19, 2020. InTime will send you the final report via email, a few weeks after the survey closes.
Your Privacy is Important to Us
This 3-minute survey won’t ask much of you. All answers are private and confidential and InTime doesn’t ask for your name or your agency’s name. None of the questions are mandatory. You only need to submit an email to receive a copy of the published report.
Thank you for participating. We look forward to sharing the results with you.
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