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Understanding How Telematics Technology Works

Understanding How Telematics Technology Works

Telematics is now very popular in the fleet businesses. It was coined about a decade ago when fleets started using IT and communication together to access vehicle data in real-time. The goal was to quickly access the data that is collected and stored in telecommunication devices.

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The Future of Technology in Workplaces

The Future of Technology in Workplaces

Technology plays a key role in keeping businesses fully organized. Systems such as project management software support in building, reviewing, and assessing a task. Managers and leaders can easily manage workplace activities that help in keeping things on track. 

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OSHA Updates on Distracted Driving in Employment and in the Workplace

OSHA Updates on Distracted Driving in Employment and in the Workplace

OSHA has recently released a “Guidelines for Employers to Reduce Motor Vehicle Crashes.” OSHA states that “every 12 minutes someone dies in a motor vehicle crash, every 10 seconds an injury occurs and every 5 seconds a crash occurs. Many of these incidents occur during the workday or during the commute to and from work. Employers bear the cost for injuries that occur both on and off the job. Whether you manage a fleet of vehicles, oversee a mobile sales force or simply employ commuters, by implementing a driver safety program in the workplace you can greatly reduce the risks faced by your employees and their families while protecting your company’s bottom line.”

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How To Better Manage Information Overload In The Workplace

How To Better Manage Information Overload In The Workplace

As a CEO, I’m often amazed at the amount of information that’s presented to me daily: My phone rings. Emails rush through my inbox. Meetings are scheduled. At times, it’s hard to keep up, but it’s nothing compared to the overwhelming demands often faced by my employees.

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Fall Out of Risk and into Efficiency Safety Tips for a Successful Fall

Fall Out of Risk and into Efficiency Safety Tips for a Successful Fall

Transitioning from relaxed summer days to the longer, weather-prone days of fall can be challenging for an unprepared workforce. For many industries, the changing leaves and cool air marks the beginning of peak season for profit. From a business perspective, this calls for increased hiring, longer hours, and increased customer activity. But the most notable change is directly related to the much shorter length of day. According to a study located in the National Center for Biotechnology Information the length of day has proven biological effects on energy levels. The combination of seasonal fatigue and increased holiday demand presents a higher risk of workplace injuries.

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