The correctional workforce is a complex institution with correctional staff who must protect the public from convicted and sometimes dangerous individuals, while also monitoring those awaiting trial and preparing others for community reentry as law-abiding citizens. Correctional administrators face numerous challenges each day. Multiple facility campuses that house thousands of inmates require a variety of personnel, from correctional officers to administrators and rehabilitation workers to food and laundry service providers. Difficulties recruiting and retaining qualified correctional officers affects staffing levels.
Despite these staffing concerns and tight budgets, though, administrators must find ways to run secure facilities that keep the incarcerated and the workforce safe. Proper scheduling is necessary to control excessive workloads, which can lead to both staff turnover and poor performance. Relevant training is also required on an ongoing basis to ensure mission performance. Managing these activities using manual processes augmented by spreadsheets or disparate internal systems is labor intensive and doesn’t have the necessary operational requirements.
Recruiting is a continuous responsibility, whether you’re working to fill vacancies, staff a new position, or plan for succession management. When policies prefer that you conduct internal recruitment first, we’ve got the right tools. With internal job hiring, your workforce can view and apply for internal job opportunities.
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