Having Difficulty Attracting and Retaining Staff? You’re Not Alone.

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Having Difficulty Attracting and Retaining Staff? You’re Not Alone.

Having Difficulty Attracting and Retaining Staff? You’re Not Alone.      Employers often have difficulty attracting and retaining great employees. This roadblock can manifest itself depending on employees’ access to the work location. Employees, on the other hand, may be hesitant to take public transit, especially due to COVID-19 concerns. Many employees do not have access

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Driverseat Is a Transportation Company That Doesn’t Hire Drivers

Driverseat is a transportation company that doesn’t hire “drivers”. Franchisees hire “Chauffeurs”, not drivers – and there is a difference.    What makes your business stand out? What makes it memorable and what makes it different from the competition? Well it isn’t just one thing, it is a series of things that when combined, make

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Behind The Scenes of Our Video Shoots…

This week, our marketing team worked closely with our videographer to shoot a video showcasing our Driverseat transportation services.   What Is Driverseat? We are an award winning franchise brand that offers transportation solutions to over 400 communities across North America. We provide custom services including chauffeur, shuttle and designated driving.  Here are some of

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Demand from Businesses Now Outpaces Consumers… And Here’s Why

An interesting thing has happened to Driverseat since the start of the pandemic. The demand for our Business to Business (B2B) services has increased exponentially, while the Business to Consumer (B2C) demand has decreased. Here’s why.    Businesses are asking their employees to limit exposure through carpooling, public transit or using ride-share services. In order

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Providing the Vulnerable Sector with Medical and Assisted Transport

The population is aging, community services are overwhelmed, and rural areas are under resourced. The result is a significant gap in transportation options for those who need it most. People who are aging, needing medical treatment, living with mobility challenges, or cognitive impairment find it extremely difficult to get to appointments or run errands.  

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