Distracted driving in the UK has never been allowed, and the penalties are devastating. Yet, many people still break the law every day, and more drivers now think making a call behind the wheel is acceptable than in 2014.
Only 6% of individuals in the UK have the traditional 9 am to 5 pm jobs. The workplace is increasingly changing, and the workers are embracing new ideas. Remote and mobile working has become the norm for most companies.
Did you know that 9 people are killed every day a result of distracted driving?
You've seen the heart-wrenching commercials and the signs on the highway, so by this point, you know that texting and driving do not mix. But somehow you still manage to find yourself glancing at your phone or quickly replying to a text.
Employees are one of the most valuable assets any company possesses.
Distracted driving accounts for a high proportion of fatal car crashes and the sad truth is that most of these fatalities result from easily preventable causes.
The way we manage our companies is changing. Old methods are proving to be less effective and result in more loss than the new management tools available to us today.
You by-and-large trust your employees, or they wouldn't work for you.
13% of drivers admit to having fallen asleep at the wheel and 1 in 5 fatal accidents in the UK is related to driving tired.
Talking to the average semi-truck driver, you'll find that they're used to driving up to 3,000 miles a week. While you might only need to have your drivers moving supplies a few hundred miles a week, responsible drivers can take on those miles without incident. If you're looking to recruit the best drivers out there, you need to weed out distracted and reckless drivers from the talent pool.