It is vital for every business to use the GPS tracking device if not then introducing this technology is crucial as soon as possible. Implementation of a GPS tracking device can be tricky and may be resisted by the employees if not introduced to this technology carefully. There are many misconceptions about GPS tracking, so it is very important to implement a solution in the right way and at right time to get employees on board from the start and avoid negative thinking. That’s why you need to be cautious in how you introduce the idea to employees and avoid these mistakes at any cost.
Share the Implementation of Device
You need to open to all employees about the implementation of GPS tracking before implementation. Some of the employees may think that GPS tracking is overly intrusive or is being implemented because management does not trust them. It is also a good idea to begin an open dialogue about the misconceptions related to GPS tracking. Debunking the myths before implementation will put everyone’s minds at ease about this technology and how your business plans to use it. You can take feedbacks from them.
Making an Announcement at the End of Last working Day of Week
This gives all the employees complete weekend to think and decide about the new rule/policy. After that, you can discuss the things in details on the topic by next Monday. You can explain the needs and benefits of GPS tracking for employees and business.
Introducing GPS without Complete Explanation
When a new thing comes to a lot of questions arose in the mind of people. And no one goes ahead without knowing it and getting answers to their questions. It will need discussion and logical answers for questions. Be prepared to deliver.
Failing to Provide Facts and Figures
Examples and case studies are the best ways to increase trust and easy to teach people. It is not sufficient to tell your employees GPS is good and easy to use for your employees and business. So it will make all live happy after implementations. Most of your employees will follow your decision, but they will also want to verify it on their own to justify standing behind you.