Getting Employees On-board with GPS Tracking in Their Vehicles
Tips on how to get employees on-board with GPS tracking in their vehicles.
Posted by Justin McCormack on 17th July 2018
When people think of GPS tracking, movies come to mind of satellites soaring overhead, sending private information to faceless government entities who’ll then use it to keep tabs on citizens. Stereotypes like this reinforce the conviction that if a business owner decides to make use of GPS to track the movement of the company’s vehicles, it’s because they don’t trust their staff. That they’re spying on them.
If this is how employees view a GPS system, it’s going to have a negative impact on your staff relationships. The real story is that GPS tracking can be used to significantly improve business efficiencies and make life easier not just for business owners, but for their staff too.
Read our eBook Big Brother or Big Benefit? for tips on how to get employees on-board with GPS tracking in their vehicles. We discuss:
The 3 key ‘selling’ points:
- Improving efficiency
- Risk management
- Health & Safety
The benefits – immediate and undeniable
- Increased productivity
- Job history reporting
What does the law say?
4 tips to get employees on-board