Good labor is hard to find, and it’s only getting harder. Recent research sponsored by DDC FPO determined how labor, skill, and work ethic shortages – particularly in customer service and inside sales roles – impact carriers and third-party logistics providers.August 1, 2022
House Democrats proposed expanding diversity recruitment efforts across the transportation workforce as the Biden administration continues to pursue outreach programs.
The economy has added millions of jobs and pay gains have accelerated in recent years, but Americans aren’t crazy about their work.
Companies added the most workers in almost two years to U.S. payrolls in December, exceeding forecasts and signaling that the job market was solid as 2018 came to an end.
A surprise shortage of blue collar workers is changing the contours of the U.S. labor market, boosting their pay, narrowing wage inequality and drawing more women into those jobs.
Trucking industry executives joined President Donald Trump at the White House on July 19 for the signing of an executive order that establishes a council focused on increasing resources for workforce training.
Central Freight Lines and Trendsetter HR have settled a lawsuit over workers’ compensation, ending a three-year dispute.
It seems no good deed goes unpunished for the trucking industry. After climbing out of the bottom of the recession, demand for transporting goods is finally on the rise, and the industry is as steady as it has been in years. While this is encouraging, the rise in demand brings its own set of problems.August 4, 2014
A survey of supply chain executives found that data analytics and multichannel fulfillment are the top priorities in the coming years among companies in a number of industry sectors, including transportation and warehousing.March 24, 2014