Discover How Public Sector Officials are Monitoring and Managing Overtime in This New White Paper
Overtime has been out of control in some states and localities, especially with high vacancy rates in certain positions. Although overtime is necessary to ensure essential work gets done, some entities lack consistent overtime policies and monitoring practices.
Considering that overtime is top of mind for many in the public sector, I thought you might be interested in reading this white paper, The Great Overtime Dilemma, by Barrett and Greene, Inc. In this paper, they provide examples of the issues some states and localities are facing and share the success that others are experiencing with better defined and enforced overtime policies. Here’s a sampling:
- The Atlanta Police Department reduced overtime by 60% in five months after actively monitoring overtime approval
- Budget fights about overtime in the Rockingham County (NH) Sheriff’s Office decreased after they deployed a new time and attendance system that codes each type of overtime, providing insight on the reasons
- The Scottsdale (Arizona) Police Department reduced overtime costs after a renewed focus on overtime data, documentation, and policies
Download this white paper to learn what steps states and localities are taking to ensure they have the right policies and practices in place to effectively manage overtime.
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