Organisation: Drivermetrics
Date of Publication: May 2021
Date Uploaded: 5 July 2021

During the pandemic companies have faced new challenges as their employees’ well-being and mental health have suffered following adjustments to unexpected changes. Worries about friends and family, feelings of stress, sadness, confusion and negativity have affected job performance. Social isolation is necessary to control the spread of the virus but the degree to which individuals are interconnected in the workplace has a powerful impact on their health and wellbeing.

This white paper, authored by DriverMetrics® research director Dr Lisa Dorn, is designed to help managers understand key concepts around mental health and its impact in the workplace. In particular, it focuses on the effect that poor mental health has on driver behaviour and provides practical advice on managing and improving fleet safety.

Improving Driver Well-being: A Guide for Managers is available via free download on the DriverMetrics® website: