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PDSI Brings TeleStaff To Smartphones

March 9, 2011
This enhancement extends core TeleStaff enterprise capabilities beyond the desktop or laptop computer to employees and managers enabling them to complete scheduling and routine workforce management tasks remotely.

PDSI Expands TeleStaff Clientele

November 4, 2010
PDSI announced 38 new customers to its TeleStaff client list during the third quarter, with the majority going into production and 11 clients purchasing the software for the first time. The automated solution streamlines scheduling and ensures compliance with various organization policies. It also features built-in communication capabilities and self-service employee access.

Do You Have Court Today?

October 11, 2010
Working on rotating schedules and the balancing act of life is a juggling act. Add in court, range, training, kid's soccer game and birthdays, and it gets complicated. Get a system and stick to it.

Tips For Surviving Third Shift

June 15, 2010
So what do you do, if you're working the graveyard shift? The No. 1 solution is to get enough sleep. Sleep is essential for the human body, and it is natural to fall into an internal and regulated clock.

PDSI Adds 17 Users Of Its Communications Software

October 20, 2009
The departments signed on to use TeleStaff, a system designed to reduce the time, resources, and overall cost associated with scheduling and communicating to employees.

PDSI Announces New TeleStaff Clients

July 8, 2009
PDSI, a leader in public safety employee scheduling and communication solutions, has announced new TeleStaff clients for the second quarter of 2009.

Atlanta Police Audit Ties Slow Response to Scheduling

April 30, 2009
Most of south and west Atlanta have periods every day when police officers are so busy that they may have to leave one incident they’re responding to in order to assist in a high-priority call, an audit report released Wednesday has found.

9/11: Port Authority Police Department

September 1, 2002

Thirty-seven. That's how many New York/New Jersey Port Authority Police officers came to work on Sept. 11, 2001, and never went home. More than 2 percent of the agency's complement of 1,400 was killed in the attack, and to add insult to extreme injury, its headquarters were on the 67th floor of 1 World Trade Center.

The Call Up

April 1, 2002

As the terrible events of Sept. 11, 2001, began to unfold, many Americans watched the burning North Tower of the World Trade Center on their TVs and wondered what kind of horrific airline “accident” had taken place in Manhattan. Then as the live TV cameras rolled, United Airlines Flight 175 sliced into the South Tower, confirming the worst fears. This was no accident; it was enemy action.

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