Replay: LiveOnWeb on Driver Recruitment and Retention
What’s the key to hiring good drivers these days — and then keeping them? Is it money, benefits, lifestyle? All of the above or more than that?
Whether you’re a fleet recruiter or a driver, listen to some practical tips that can help you in your pursuits offered during our LiveOnWeb program that took a new look at driver recruitment and retention.
You’ll gain the benefit of the perspectives of Dave Manning, president of TCW Inc. in Nashville, Tennessee, and Henry Bruster, a driver for UPS Freight from Woodville, Mississippi, as well as other recruiting experts.
The program includes clips of our interviews with other recruiting experts. You can watch those interviews in their entirety at the following links: Rob Hatchett, vice president of recruiting, Covenant Transport | Tim Norlin, director of recruiting, Marten Transport | Leah Schultz, social media manager, Papa John's International Inc. | Mark Shaver, vice president, National Transportation Institute
This episode of LiveOnWeb is sponsored by:
EBE Technologies, the leading provider of integrated driver lifecycle applications including recruiting, safety and compliance and driver performance for the transportation and logistics industry. Additionally, through the use of automated decision support based applications, EBE’s enterprise solution SHIPS improves the processes within the back office, carrier management and vehicle maintenance departments that standardize and automate repetitive activities. To learn more about all of EBE’s solutions visit ebeships.com.
Conversion Interactive Agency. Carriers want to grow their fleet, fill their trucks, and retain and train their drivers — we know how to make that happen. At Conversion Interactive Agency, we provide innovative recruiting, retention and training strategies focused on improving the driver experience and delivering results carriers need to reach their goals.
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