Program Airs: August 10, 2 p.m. ET Attrition is especially rampant in the T&L industry. In fact, more than half of all new drivers will leave their roles within the first six months. Learn strategies from experts at Hotel Engine and their partners on how to combat attrition through new and creative strategies.August 10, 2023
Host Dan Ronan asked "The trucking industry is struggling to recruit and retain enough professional drivers in this tight labor market. How can technology help companies improve driver satisfaction and retention?" Drew Johnson, Senior Director of Product Development for PrePass, answered. Originally hosted during our first Transport Topics Magazine Series Event - Retool - we isolated the discussion to make it easier to enjoy and to share.August 1, 2023
WASHINGTON — Enhancing recruitment and retention efforts across the trucking industry will benefit the connectivity of the country’s supply chain, American Trucking Associations President Chris Spear told a U.S. House panel March 28.
You’ve built the best team of drivers of your career. But competitors keep trying to lure them away. So, how are you going to keep that great team of drivers intact?
The majority of truck drivers are not actively looking for a new job, but a robust recruiting environment makes it easy for them to find one should they want to make a move, a recent industry survey found.
RoadSigns produced a special series of podcasts on workforce development in which Transport Topics explored various ways to obtain and strengthen the talents and attributes of employees. Here are some of the issues the leaders of the industry discussed with us.
FRISCO, Texas — Gathering feedback from drivers is an important part of keeping them, according to Jane Jazrawy, co-founder and CEO of CarriersEdge.November 14, 2018
FRISCO, Texas — Reliable pay and a variety of hauling options can help retain drivers and attract new ones amid a thinning workforce, according to two industry experts.November 14, 2018
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The trucking industry will need 100,000 new drivers per year for the next 10 years to address the industrywide driver shortage, according to Kevin Burch, president of Jet Express Inc., and immediate past chairman of American Trucking Associations.February 22, 2018
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A dutifully-managed online presence functions as an important tool for attracting drivers, according to recruiting experts at freight companies.February 22, 2018