The end of the year is a time for reflection. It’s a time for planning. It’s a time for growth. As a business coach, this is one of my favorite times of the year because I get to sit down with my clients and go over the victories and the struggles of the past year and help them develop new habits going into the new year.
When career e-learning developers come into the trucking industry, they’re often struck by how different it is from other industries. The content itself is not usually an issue – every industry has its own quirks, acronyms and regulations, so trucking actually fits in pretty well with other industries.
Bah, humbug? Almost half of Americans in a recent survey would prefer to skip Christmas entirely because it brings too much financial pressure and stress. Organizations need to recognize the challenges employees face both inside and outside of the workplace and the powerful impact these can have on their overall health and happiness, especially during the holiday season.
Nine in 10 Americans don’t trust other drivers to stay safe on the road in the winter, according to new research. That extends to our loved ones, too: Almost a quarter (23 percent) avoid riding with a friend or family member during the winter because they don’t trust their driving.
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.
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.