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Employee Morale

GPS-Tracked Workers Give Feedback

Company employees familiar with GPS tracking maintain a more positive attitude about the telematics technology than those who use it for the first time, according to the findings of a new survey from TSheets.

The Invisible Cost of Low Driver Morale

There is a direct correlation between high driver morale and high driver productivity. The converse is also true. The hidden cost of low driver morale has a direct bearing on a company’s bottom line. While low morale is an HR/management issue, and even though fleet managers do not control driver salaries, there are actions that fleets can take to help increase driver morale.

8 Steps for a Successful Fleet Tracking Rollout

As telematics usage becomes the norm for the majority of fleets, there are steps companies should take to successfully integrate the technology without missteps, employee pushback, or loss of service.

Fleet Response Expands, Improves HQ Space

Steady year-over-year growth of 10-15 percent in revenue for the past five years, and a hand-in-hand increase in its employee footprint has resulted in the recent expansion of Fleet Response’s Cleveland-based headquarters.