Here are a few coping mechanisms and strategies recruiting managers can employ to help motivate their team and ward off burnout on their team and for themselves.
It’s not complicated: Good pay, strong benefits draw women to trucking jobs and help keep them there
Here’s a question the team at The National Transportation Institute hears often — and it’s likely one you’ve asked internally at your fleet, too: How can we make driving jobs more appealing to women?
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Pay packages have to provide enough to be attractive to prospects and keep current drivers on the company payroll. At the same time, companies don’t want to lose out on driver productivity. How do you balance these concerns?
HOW TO MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY TRUCKING BENEFITS PACKAGES MORE MERRY! It’s that time of year again – the holiday season is upon us! We all look forward to the parties, gifts, and time with family that are a part of this time of year. Of course, if you work in logistics, you know that this […]
FROM LEAH’S DESK: NEW ATRI REPORT REVEALS WHY YOU MUST COMMIT TO BENCHMARKING The American Transportation Research Institute recently released its annual Top Industry Issues report. The report was full of interesting tidbits, although I didn’t find too many surprises. Concerns that made the list, like driver recruitment, retention, and pay are matters that I […]
RISING WAREHOUSE SALARIES COULD UNDERCUT THE POTENTIAL DRIVER POOL As we monitor driver compensation, we can’t forget to stay in the loop on competitive industries. One of those is warehousing, where gaining wages may threaten potential driver recruitment. A recent Randstad survey finds that demand for warehouse workers is accelerating and the sector is ripe […]