Are You Unlocking Your Fleet’s Potential? With a deluge of “business optimization” software and technology on the market today, it’s often difficult to decide what makes the most sense for your company’s needs. According to a Markets and Markets Research report, the fleet management market is expected to grow at a rate of 15.8 percent by
Managing a large or small business can be hard and sometimes stressful. There are many factors for management to prepare for on a daily basis. For many businesses, managing and keeping track of employees’ hours can be tedious and irritating for the person that’s working alone in the back office. But if timekeeping is left
Billions of dollars are lost every year because of employee theft — and many times that theft goes unreported by business owners. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce reported that 75 percent of employees will steal from their company at some point, and many do it repeatedly, costing U.S. businesses about $50 billion annually. Most companies,
You know the saying “happy wife, happy life”? It’s an adage that certainly holds weight when it comes to running a business. Employees are in a partnership with their bosses and keeping the workforce happy can go a long way in strengthening the company. We all know it’s important to manage vehicles and other assets.
During the holiday season, your company may choose to subject you to a holiday tradition that is the infamous ugly sweater party. Seeing a resurgent appeal in some corporate culture, these pullover celebrations remind us of the eccentric ‘80s when this style was the norm. Here is some free advice: Go with it! Surprisingly your
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.” — Will Durant Every business is conceived with the goal of success in mind. Each enterprising entrepreneur sets out to realize their dream to the best of their ability. While some of them manage to achieve success, others flounder and
The martial arts of East Asia have long fascinated people in the West. The proliferation of martial arts through the film industry only served to boost the aforementioned fascination: Images of ninjas; Shaolin monks; and the late, great Bruce Lee performing gravity-defying kicks have captured the hearts of audiences for decades. These techniques, however, were
Managing a fleet of vehicles is a grand task for whoever decides to take it on. In addition to propelling their workforce to specific levels of productivity and efficiency, managers must also ensure the safety of their workforce and encourage the development of positive habits. Below are a few things successful fleet managers never do.
As the temperature drops, everyone’s bills begin to rise. Of course, energy bills go up as many try to avoid the frosty outdoors. But have you noticed an uptick in how much you spend on fuel for your vehicle in winter? The freezing weather (20 degrees F) can drop a car’s gas mileage by about
When temperatures drop, calls requesting HVAC service start to rise because nobody wants to spend winter in the cold when their heater stops working. In warmer states like Texas and Florida, many heaters break just in time for the colder months because all year they’re simply collecting dust, and those particles can damage heaters. Handling