Driver Incentives That Work

Companies with engaged employees experience 48% fewer safety collisions. You can build incentives into your safety programmes to help build stronger connections and trust with employees who are more productive, more loyal, and end up having fewer reportable accidents.

In this ebook, you'll learn how safety leaders at Saia LTL Freight, Pepsi National Brands, and the City of Kansas City, Missouri tackle driver incentives to better the safety and well being of 14,100 employees. We'll take you through all of the important aspects of an effective incentive program:

  1. The power of authenticity, objectivity, transparency, and culture in improving driver performance
  2. A closer look at effective incentive programs at three top-performing companies
  3. Tips for diagnosing and overcoming common challenges in driver incentive programs
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