Improving Company Culture
Great companies are run by great employees. Finding and holding on to those great employees starts with creating a great company culture.
Azuga is the first rewards-driven GPS solution, enabling you to transition from a ‘gotcha’ culture to a ‘great job’ culture by combining work management features (such as job forms and time cards) with rewards-driven telematics that offers complete driver transparency, comprehensive driver scorecards, and one-click rewards for top drivers.
Improved Customer Service
Employees like working hard for a company that recognizes hard work.
Reduced Driver Turnover
The average turnover for fleet-based companies are 35%—and hiring a new driver cost between $800 and $2,000.
Lessen risky driving behavior and at-fault accident rates. Safe driving also improves the lifespan of your vehicles and minimizes maintenance costs.
Save up to 15% on insurance costs.
Fuel savings of 5%-8%: Safer driving yields better fuel efficiency.
Excessive idling is costly to every fleet. Give rewards to the drivers with the best idling scores to reduce idling times.
Driving Business Performance
See how United Mechanical of California improved its business performance by improving driver behavior.
When drivers compete, everybody wins! Gamification of good driving habits brings out the best in drivers.
Reduce Management Costs
Azuga’s unique driver rewards program changes driver behavior without relying on mandatory safety programs and re-training meetings.
Your employees will want to stay with your company, lowering your onboarding costs and employee churn in the process.
Positive, Productive Company Culture
Empowering employees with rewards-based goals instead of punitive notifications and meetings can affect the entire workplace culture and positively impact customer service.
Azuga Driver Rewards allow drivers to track their own performance and coach themselves to improve.
But a driver rewards program simplifies life for managers and executives. By using financial incentives to reward productivity, safety and efficiency, drivers become more aware of their bad habits and are more likely to adjust their driving behavior on their own. Gamifying your drivers’ day-to-day experiences is a win-win, and creates effortless ROI.
Setting Up Azuga Rewards is Easy
A driver scoring and rewards program can lower operating costs by improving driver efficiency and safety, and ultimately, lessen fuel consumption and accident rates. Plus, a driver rewards program can help to reduce the driver turnover rate. With baby-boomers retiring and increased employment opportunities for drivers, finding a good driver who is loyal to the company is no easy task—and retaining those drivers is paramount.
Reasons to start a Rewards program today:
95% of Americans consider perks and benefits when deciding whether to stay in their current job. A lack of benefits is the No. 1 reason for driver churn.
Industry leaders say driver retention is the 3rd biggest issue with their business behind fuel and insurance costs. Hiring a new driver costs between $800 and $2,000.
Research suggests organizations that provide non-cash rewards/recognition enjoy an annual year-over-year revenue increase of 9.6%, vs. 3% for all others.
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