Meta Platforms Inc. “routinely discriminates” in steering job ads to specific age and gender groups on its Facebook platform, a women’s truckers organization alleged in a civil rights complaint.
DALLAS — Higher operating costs, more volatile market cycles and a shift from West Coast ports are characteristics of the post-pandemic freight market, according to an industry analyst.
SAN DIEGO — The importance of women in trucking and how the industry can be made more attractive to female candidates were focal points of a session during American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exhibition on Oct. 23
Already backing safer truck parking in Congress, the new Women In Motion initiative is taking action within days of forming to improve the working environment for women in trucking.
WASHINGTON — A team of female truck drivers started a westward journey Aug. 31 to honor the legacy of the first woman who voted.August 31, 2020
SunTrust Banks Inc. will serve as the sole lender of a $16 million deal to support the growth of Tribe Transportation, a Native American, female-owned transportation enterprise in Gainesville, Ga.November 25, 2019
DALLAS — Companies can attract female drivers by showcasing women on the job in their advertisements, according to experts assembled at the Women In Trucking Association’s annual conference.October 2, 2019
After 34 years behind the wheel and more than 1.7 million safe-driving miles, Barb Herman, driver for K-Limited Carriers out of Toledo, Ohio, has proved that women do drive — and do it well.
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