The demand for professional truck drivers continued to show signs of activity this year despite an overall slowdown in the freight market.December 19, 2023
An advisory board focused on women entering the trucking workforce is among recruitment programs meant to tackle a driver shortage industrywide, FMCSA said recently.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The more than 600 trucking industry recruiting professionals at the Recruitment & Retention Conference were urged to keep up their recruiting efforts, even as American Trucking Associations Chief Economist Bob Costello told them a mild recession remains likely.
As the American workforce continues to experience major shifts and fluxes, there’s an opportunity for those of us in the trucking and logistics industries to attract new drivers and workers looking for a post-pandemic change.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Roadrunner Vice President of Capacity Dave Renfrew was named recruiting professional of the year at the 2022 Recruitment and Retention Conference on June 3.June 3, 2022
Truck drivers are increasingly more interested in switching carriers, with 37.4% saying they are looking for a new job, according to a survey released May 31.June 2, 2022
Program Aired: April 14, 2022. The trucking industry is in trouble. With the driver shortage at over 90,000, the turnover rate averaging 90%, and many other pressing issues, something needs to give. It’s time we look under the hood into the current state of our drivers and discover new cost-effective and life-transforming ways of recruiting and retaining drivers.April 14, 2022
An all-volunteer effort is working with educators to help raise awareness of truck driving careers among students.
Trucking companies are using social media to connect with drivers, build their brands and recruit and retain workers. And they’re having success.
Trucking recruitment firms are seeing a surge in business as carriers seek to fill seats behind the wheel and address a driver shortage that was exacerbated by the pandemic.September 2, 2021