All Businesses Can Benefit
When company employees drive vehicles from job to job throughout the day, how much can unauthorized long lunches, side trips, and other breaks cost the company?
The answer can be surprisingly high. However, improving driver accountability via GPS tracking devices can dramatically improve not only productivity, but also profitability.
Greg Hamman is owner of Prime Landscape Services, whose company provides landscape design and is based in Dallas-Fort Worth. He estimates that unauthorized employee breaks, which he first discovered at his firm years ago, would cost over $150,000 annually just on one aspect of his business if they went unchecked.
He reported employees taking longer lunches than they claimed, stopping by their homes, going to stores or hanging out at a buddy's house after a job.