Picture this…you wake up in the morning with the “beep, beep, beep” annoying sound of your morning alarm going off at 6:15am. You lazily hit the snooze button a couple of times, then decide to face the inevitable and get your butt out of bed. You stumble out of bed and reach for your eyeglasses, so you can see where you’re going, as you make your way to the bathroom. Five quick minutes in the shower with some shampoo and soap, you’re now wide awake and smelling fresh. You then pick up your toothbrush, squeeze some toothpaste and brush those pearly whites. You quickly spray on some deodorant, change into work wear and hastily put some gel in your hair, you are now ready to roll! With 30 minutes of driving in your truck, you arrive at your work’s location where you quickly rush to make that cup of joe, right before your morning meeting.
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Rick was stuck in a tough spot; his team was overwhelmed with work and he could use some extra help, but unfortunately there wasn’t any money in the budget to hire new staff.
Not only were they being worked to the bone with station overhauls, new construction projects, and annual maintenance inspections, but what was really killing their productivity was the hours of windshield time required to cover their vast territory.
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