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Employee Surveillance

By Michael Horvat

The constant development of more sophisticated and cheaper technology effectively permits companies to have constant connectivity to their equipment introduction allowing management to monitor use and allocation of company assets in virtual real-time. The installation of GPS tracking and other telematic devices permit regular communication with equipment not only providing location, but tracking movement, gas usage, speed, distance and route travelled.

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Theme: Driver Recruitment

Casting Recruitment Net Farther

By Marek Krasuski

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The driver shortage is nothing new. Some date it back to the 1980’s when it was thought that throwing money at the problem would alleviate the shortage. Recent updates confirm that the shortage is not only continuing but getting worst. The Canadian Trucking Alliance’s most recent study, Understanding the Truck Driver Supply and Demand Gap, says a scarcity of some 34,000 drivers is expected by 2024 based on current trends, with a possible increased shortage of 48,000 by the same year depending on how these trends change between now and then.

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Veronica Way Account Executive A people person right from the start, Veronica Way found her life’s work early by matching her personal strengths with a career in sales and later in customer service as manager in the hospitality industry. She seamlessly applies both in her position as Account Executive for the past two and a…

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Marek Krasuski Editor in Chief Marek brings to Woodward Publishing a diverse educational and journalism background. His degrees in English (B.A. University of Western Ontario) and Humanities (M.A. Laurentian University) served him well, first in teaching and later in journalism. For more than a decade he has worked as a reporter and columnist for several…

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