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Driving in the New Normal: A Guide to Employee Safety and Well-being

23 July 2020

The COVID19 pandemic has changed our lives in so many ways, and it is clear that many of these changes are here to stay.

One key area where we can expect to see a sustained shift in behaviours relates to travelling to, from and for work. This is rapidly emerging as a critical issue for employers who value the safety, well-being and productivity of their employees.

A new helpful whitepaper from Drive IQ outlines five key changes to employee mobility and sets out some recommendations to enable organisations to adapt to the ‘new normal’.

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