the solitary lifestyle that truckers lead can have lasting repercussions on their well-being — making it something employers must address.
Freight demand appears to be waning, and the downward trend is likely to persist, as tends to be the case in a high cost environment.
The degree to which they reduce the sector's carbon footprint may not justify the expense of a ZET rollout.
With diesel prices at the pump at all-time highs, the costs of empty miles are poised to add up a whole lot faster for motor carriers for the foreseeable future.
Here are a few things to look for in job candidates' resumes that can help you gauge the overall work ethic of new recruits.
Holding stay interviews may help you improve retention by getting to the bottom of what motivates individuals to leave.
There are a number of questions you can ask during the interview process to evaluate a potential hire's overall industriousness. Here are some of them.
Here are some things you should try your best to avoid during stay interviews.
Here are a few pointers to keep in mind as you implement your stay interview strategy in the days ahead:
It's important as an employer to be a staunch advocate for employee wellness. Here are a few strategies that can help your drivers succeed.
As far as women have come in trucking, the gap between men and women might be narrower were it not for some preconceived notions that continue to persist
You may have some mixed feelings about a second go-round with the company your erstwhile employer. Here are a few reasons why you should take advantage of the opportunity.
For the second consecutive year, the NTSB has called for speed limiters to become standard features in commercial trucks.
While the Great Resignation remains ongoing, it does seem to be showing signs of slowing among commercial truck drivers, according to the results of a recent report.
Here are a few tips that can help you weather a snow squall.
Here are a few reasons why you may want to consider welcoming back those workers into the fold.
3G networks are shutting down over the coming months. What does this mean for your trucking company?
Due to a variety of offsetting factors, the Department of Transportation's research finds that the development of autonomous trucks will not cause sudden, widespread job loss in trucking.
Understanding what they are can help your business determine the style that's most appropriate for your organization's needs and goals.
Technology can create rich benefits for truck drivers. Here are six big examples.