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The impact of financial and non-financial work incentives on the safety behavior of heavy truck drivers
Sebastjan Škerlič, Vanja Erčulj, 2021, original scientific article

Abstract: The goal of the research is to determine how compensation affects the safety behavior of truck drivers and consequently the frequency of traffic accidents. For this purpose, a survey was conducted on a sample of 220 truck drivers in international road transport in the EU, where the results of the Structural Equation Model (SEM) show that in the current state of the transport sector, financial and non-financial incentives have a positive impact on the work and safety behavior of drivers. Financial incentives also have an impact on drivers’ increased perception of their driving ability, while moving violations continue to have a major impact on the number of accidents. The proposed improvements enable decision-makers at the highest level to adopt legal solutions to help manage the issues that have been affecting the industry from a work, social and safety point of view for the past several years. The results of the research therefore represent an important guideline for improvements to the legislature as well as in the systematization of truck driver compensation within companies.
Keywords: safety, truck drivers, financial incentives, non-financial incentives, compensation
Published in DKUM: 12.07.2023; Views: 382; Downloads: 20
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A decision-making model for controlling logistics costs
Sebastjan Škerlič, Robert Muha, Klavdij Logožar, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: A lack of understanding of logistics costs, particularly in terms of their integrity and interdependence, allows for the interests of individual departments within a company, which are not always in line with the common interests of the business process of the company, to take precedence over necessary logistics cost planning. In order to address this problem, we have developed a model that takes into account all the logistical costs within a company and represents an important decision-making tool that can be used by employees at different levels of the organization, covering different business functions. We have tested the model on a specific product in a company that operates in the automotive industry and determined that the model enables us to have greater control over logistics costs and improves the quality of information on logistics costs.
Keywords: decision making, knowledge transfer, logistics cost, logistics cost models
Published in DKUM: 11.07.2017; Views: 1399; Downloads: 406
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