One of the UK’s largest recruitment agencies, Pertemps, is using Jaama’s electronic driver entitlement checking service (EDECS) to verify the licences of 1,000 employees and thousands of agency drivers, including HGV Class 1 drivers.
Administration efficiency and substantially improved management reporting that will generate financial savings are just some of the benefits that City of London Police will obtain from the introduction of Jaama’s Key2 Vehicle Management software.
Jaama is hosting four more of its one-day Fleet Management Essentials seminars in April, covering hot topics such as grey fleet management, car salary sacrifice, employee driver licence checking and carbon footprint cutting strategies.
Cost control remains the number one issue for organisations across the public and private sectors and many are realising embracing sophisticated online technology can help to meet their fleet budget targets.
Pertemps, one of the UK’s largest recruitment agencies, has introduced Jaama’s electronic driver entitlement checking service (EDECS) to verify the licences of 1,200 employees and up to 20,000 agency at-work drivers.
Employers that allow young people to drive on work-related journeys must implement tougher policies and procedures than those typically associated with older drivers to help cut crashes involving motorists aged under 25 years old.
Recording fuel use, vehicle mileage and journey distances is becoming compulsory following the Government’s decision to introduce mandatory greenhouse gas emission reporting for publicly quoted companies from next April, according to Jaama.
Jaama has made further improvements to the benefit-in-kind reporting capability of its Key2 Vehicle Management system, which now provides employees’ with the ability to ‘pre-validate’ their annual P11D declaration.