The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is seeing a massive influx of for-hire trucking applications who want to operate independently.
There will likely never be universal agreement, but a plethora of evidence suggests the overarching factor has to do with poor retention.
Since so much of the goods that flow into and through the United States depends on truck drivers, they're uniquely qualified to comment and offer their take on the issues affecting the economy.
As a recent government report appears to show, hiring conditions do seem to be improving, albeit modestly.
The fact that fewer people are obtaining their commercial drivers license is also impacting other areas of life, both in the private and public sectors.
If you're a commercial truck driver who is battling burnout, the following tips can help to lighten your load (metaphorically speaking).
To receive a clean bill of health as a commercial truck driver, the medical examiner will be checking out many aspects of your physical well-being.
The best way to ensure your medical exam goes as smoothly as possible is by knowing what to expect.
Instead of shoring up staff exclusively for the holidays — meaning temporarily — more employers are hoping that their hires will be willing to work for the long haul.
In the month of September, ATA's advanced seasonally adjusted index for truck tonnage rose more than 2% in September.
It's always nice to feel wanted and appreciated. If you're trying to come up with ways to give more due attention to your drivers, here are a few ways you can go about that.
Whether you're looking to prevent burnout from impacting your drivers or reduce the effects, here are a few ways to put burnout on ice.
Broadening your skill sets can set you apart from the competition by bringing more value to the organizations that seek your services.
Whether you employ truck drivers, are a truck driver yourself, are the spouse of one or simply want to know how to combat depressive symptoms when you encounter them, these tips may be helpful.
To thank them for a job well done, it's important to celebrate your remote employees in a way that will truly resonate with them and that they'll appreciate.
Here are a few of the ways you can improve fuel economy, getting more mileage for the money with each trek.
More businesses are, indeed, showing current and prospective truckers the money as a means to retain and recruit talent.
Truckers are increasingly turning to their smartphones to find available parking.
New York may soon allow 18- to 20-year-olds to get their commercial drivers' licenses.
Given the ongoing supply chain issues and backups affecting shipping ports, it's likely that wait times will persist regardless of the status of the driver shortage.