Truck mileage savings program

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Using incentives, and rewards to get drivers, of vans trucks, buses to become more fuel efficient safer drivers. Using the carrot instead of the stick

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Truck mileage savings program

  1. 1. Truck Mileage Savings ProgramTruck Mileage Savings Program Derek Miller ProPrinters 609 807 8856
  2. 2. What is your Strategy for Solving your Employee Issues? Your Strategy needsYour Strategy needs to turn yourto turn your Problem MakersProblem Makers into yourinto your Problem SolversProblem Solvers to help reduce costs and increase your profitability.
  3. 3. There are key areas of a businesses cost of operation, which a business needs to have within reasonable control, these are: •Safety IssuesSafety Issues •AbsenteeismAbsenteeism •TurnoverTurnover •PerformancePerformance Bring these areas into control and you will experience Increased Productivity, Reduced Cost of Production, Improved Morale, Lowered Turnover, Less Accidents, Lowered Insurance Premiums, Lowered Absenteeism Rates and an Increase In Profit Dollars. Turn Problem Areas into Profit Centers
  4. 4. The Solution Pays for Itself • Rising fuel costs continue to have a major impact on trucking companies as well as corporations with large fleets. According to the Energy Administration, The price of diesel fuel has increased by $1.69 during the past year. •In trucking, according to XATA, there are two variables that affect any motor carrier’s ability to achieve reduced fuel costs and other Key Performance Indicator goals: drivers and trucks. •Progressive companies have taken steps to improve the performance of its fleet. Sound Good?
  5. 5. Drivers Make A Difference . • Caterpillar® research found, “the one most significant fuel economy variable is the driver. It is the driver who controls the vehicle speed, trailer gap setting, acceleration rate, brake usage, idle time, tire inflation pressure, shifting technique and more. It is not uncommon for fleets with identically spec’ ed trucks to see as much as a 25% (5.0 vs. 6.7 mpg) in fuel consumption variance between the worst and best drivers.” • The manufacturer of Kenworth® and Peterbilt® trucks (Paccar) agrees. “The driver remains the most important factor for fuel economy.” Paccar cites studies that demonstrate how an experienced driver, utilizing the proper techniques, can be up to 35% more fuel efficient than an untrained driver. “While training programs can assist drivers with progressive shifting, braking and acceleration, basic fuel consumption awareness is usually the first significant step to realizing cost savings.”
  6. 6. “What’s In It For Me?” When asked to change their way of working or making positive strides in their job performance, people will ask, “What’s In It“What’s In It For Me?”For Me?” to make this change. An effective incentive programeffective incentive program offers the solution to that question. You want and need MotivatingMotivating & Positive ReinforcementPositive Reinforcement We offer your participants the merchandise awards they want and do not have. Merchandise AwardsMerchandise Awards turn into “trophies” and a symbol for a job well done. Most selected awards are considered a LuxuryLuxury by the recipient, and become highly valuedhighly valued in their minds.
  7. 7. What Motivates the Group Some drivers achieve considerably better mileage than others who are using the same equipment and driving similar routes. The key is to motivate all drivers to maximize fuel economy. Each 1/10 of a mile per gallon improvement is significant given the cost of today’s diesel fuel and anticipated future price increases. We ask nothing that is difficult, we just ask that the employees WorkWork Smarter, Be Present, and Want to Remain a Part of theSmarter, Be Present, and Want to Remain a Part of the CompanyCompany.. When this happens, Points are AwardedPoints are Awarded on a frequency, which is based upon the severity of the problems that are being addressed. Points are Earned and SavedPoints are Earned and Saved and become purchasing power for these Desired and Wanted items in people’s hearts and minds. Employees will begin to “Positively Change”“Positively Change” to get these awards and they will cause their co-workers to also change.
  8. 8. The Awards Collection of What People Want! Over 1,300 different Name Brand merchandise award items. Arranged in 12 Collections or Groups of 5,000 to 600,000 Points. Most levels average over 100 award items from which to choose. Every item comes with delivery to anywhere in the continental USA. Every Items is fully warranted and guaranteed to please.
  9. 9. Our Awards Programs are based upon Dr. B.F. Skinner’s “Model of Tokens and Awards” Positive Performance =Positive Performance = Positive RewardsPositive Rewards Individual and Peer Group Performance Awards Peer Group (Team Awards) creates a concern for co-workers and their behaviors and builds an atmosphere of conscious workers. Points are awarded on each reward period to those who have accomplished their goals One of the basic principles of psychology is: Motivation (X) Ability = ProductivityMotivation (X) Ability = Productivity Skinner is known as the father of Modern Psychology Making it Happen with Your Employees
  10. 10. The Revised Tax Code, Section 274,The Revised Tax Code, Section 274, Sub-paragraph “J” Shows the following:Sub-paragraph “J” Shows the following: There are Two (2) types incentive awards that are Not Taxable as income to employees. •One is Safety AwardsSafety Awards and the other is for a Years of ServiceYears of Service.. •Qualified ProgramsQualified Programs; to be a qualified program, it has to be a program that is in writing and it is done annually. •Average EarningsAverage Earnings of $400 per person and/or a maximum of $1600 to any one person, as long as the average earned awards are $400 or less per person. •Tangible Merchandise is the only qualifying award that allows for no tax status. Cash, travel, dinners, theatre tickets, sporting events are all taxable as income. Know the rules in order to save at every step. Making it Happen with Your Employees
  11. 11. Setting a Budget for your Program.Setting a Budget for your Program. Please know that you will only use 70-80% of your awards budget and that is based upon a good successful program. Most Programs will budget from 30% to 50% of the savings per year If you budget the above amounts, remember that your expenditure will be 75% to 80% Maximum on awards. You want your program participants to be able to earn something of value to them, too low of a program budget will not motivate people. Programs Achieve Cost Reduction and a ROI Making it Happen with Your Employees
  12. 12. Great Award Selections like: Bose, Citizen, DeWalt, Apple, Sony, Trek, Poulan, Garmin, Bushnell, Audiovox, Proctor Silex, Black & Decker, Titan, Buck, Igloo, Hamilton Beach, Casio, Seiko, Howard Miller, Coleman, G.E.,Canon, Hoover and many, many other fine brand names. We have something they will want. Over 1250 selections Making it Happen with Your Employees

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