Workforce Management Software

  • Today’s workforce is growing at a rapid pace, as more and more employees are driving for work. According to a forecast from IDC, mobile workers will account for 72.3% of the entire U.S. workforce by 2020. The majority of these workers will use their own personal vehicles for business purposes and will need to be…

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  • Employee integrity within the workforce is something desired by all, but sometimes it is inevitably unattainable. As it turns out, one of the most common examples of employee theft happens to be mileage fraud. In fact, mileage fraud occurs even more frequently than employees over reporting tips, inflating the cost of items beyond their true…

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  • Food and beverage fleets are pinched by two significant challenges when introducing driver-facing technology. The first is retention. As reported by Food Logistics, more than four out of five food and beverage fleets have turnover of above 25%. For one-third of fleets, the turnover is at least 50%. High turnover means high rates of driver replacement, and every new driver must be trained on the systems. The other significant challenge is the age of the industry’s drivers. Also as reported by Food Logistics, virtually every fleet in the food and beverage industry is staffed by drivers who average 40 years old or more.

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  • Over the past decade, advancements in technology have transformed the way all of us work. They have made staying connected easier, have changed the landscape of remote work, and have made many of our tasks less time consuming. For many, however, the introduction of too much technology can actually inhibit productivity. Mobile employees who drive…

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