With each new tech gadget invented, the risk of distracted driving rises. And several million-dollar verdicts against employers last year—coupled with more states enacting bans on phone usage while driving—should convince HR that it needs an anti-distracted driving policy.
For tips on drafting one, read our primer, Behind the Wheel.
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