mobile workforce management

Employees are one of the most valuable assets any company possesses.

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mobile workforce

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.

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workplace privacy and employee monitoring (1)

You by-and-large trust your employees, or they wouldn't work for you.

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fatigue

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. 

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responsible drivers

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.

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happy drivers

Out of 3.82 million small and medium-sized businesses throughout the United Kingdom, a whopping 67% report difficulties trying to hire and retain talented employees. 

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mobile worker

Is your company consider switching to a mobile worker? There are many benefits of allowing your employees to work remote. Yet many managers seem to get intimidated by the idea of free-roaming employees. 

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Screenshot_2015-10-05_10.35.59JDR are an independent lift contractor what we have been working with over the past six months on improving their mobile workforce managament procedures – this video is a testimonial from them on our products and how Romex has helped improved his business.

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remote-worker-360

Adept use of technology can make mobile workers measurable and also increase workforce productivity. But this is still early days and is really only being utilised in some industries. In our new management brief – Mobile Workforce Management Guide 2015 – we detail the results of an IBM survey where participants were asked to “estimate the extent to which mobility has improved overall workforce productivity today.”  Interestingly, in three years time 40% expect improvements of 10-20% and 36% are looking for improvements of greater than 20%.

The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) at The University of Sheffield, a UK-based research consortium, has developed a prototype for improving the workforce productivity of maintenance and repair operations in sectors such as aerospace, shipping, oil and gas. Using a combination of augmented reality and robotics, it is able to bring critical information and remote expertise directly to field engineers. Early use of the system has yielded reductions in capital expenditure from 3 to 7 per cent, increased production between 8 and 15 per cent and achieved 10 to 25 per cent operating cost savings. This is a great example of the adept use of technology to increase workforce productivity, reduce costs and in turn protect employees.

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Screenshot_2015-01-08_14.37.22It is very important to us to get our target audiences to understand the true benefits of our Romex Mobile Workforce Management solution. To this end we have examined the marketplace, talked to your customers and understood their problems and developed our technology to deliver the solutions.

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