Has Covid-19 changed the workplace forever? Quite possibly. The term “work” has morphed from the physical place you went to every day to simply what you do from your kitchen table, home office or back patio. Without the workplace technologies we use to get our jobs done, where would businesses — or our economy — be today?
Micro learning techniques offer employees a way to more quickly get comfortable with digital tools in the workplace.
The trucking industry is a critical element of the U.S. economy. E-commerce is at an all-time high, and trucking companies have risen to the resulting demand challenges exacerbated by stay-at-home measures and nationwide shutdowns.
Today, more than ever, companies have the ability to enable safer driving behaviors through the latest in telematics and video monitoring technology. Fatal accidents are a tragic occurrence for all parties involved. The transportation industry – including telematics providers – should make preventing these tragedies its highest priority. With the use of telematics, the latest in video technology and connected vehicles, many of these incidents can be prevented through consistent – and proactive – vehicle maintenance and continuous driver monitoring, coaching and evidence-based accountability, saving countless dollars across the industry, and more importantly, many lives.
The five pillars will support continued excellence in operations as well as provide a framework for achieving excellence in workforce safety. Most businesses face the possibility of worker accidents and potential injuries. In all likelihood, they have a safety department or an assigned person to oversee and manage such possible outcomes.
The effects of 2020 have changed how most of us work, particularly in the fleet service industry with more and more fleet management staff working from home.
In fact, mid-way through 2020, more than 70% of fleet decision-makers said they were remotely running operations.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have varied and widespread impacts on enterprises in nearly all industries as well as across the entire public sector. Besides sustaining significant hits to their revenues, employers able to remain or resume operating have had to navigate dramatic changes to their workplaces, business processes and workforces.
Industry experts discuss the increase in business interruption coverage after the COVID-19 pandemic caused large disruption for many firms worldwide
The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped the world as we know it; increasing the shift to remote and virtual business models for organizations around the globe. This new paradigm shift has impacted the way people work, access data, and collaborate, as well as their overall view on life-work balance.
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