Carriers often experience turnover rates above 90%. To combat this staggering statistic, carriers need to know why drivers are leaving. The best way to figure that out is to ask them.
Driver-facing cameras are seen as intrusive and an invasion of privacy in the truck-driving community. Yet fleets are rapidly adopting them.
Tenstreet’s Marilyn Surber says it’s better to refrain from making serious strategy changes or even exiting the recruiting game altogether in the evolving truck driving climate.
As technology catered to the transportation industry continues to evolve, players across the industry are becoming more aware of the importance of data security and transparency.
Nuclear verdicts do not just impact the defendants; they drive insurance rates up for companies across the industry, as well as the motoring public.
Changing how recruiters communicate with drivers from the very beginning is one of the simplest and most effective ways to tackle driver hiring issues.
The transportation and logistics industry is full of revolutionaries, innovating on everything from load matching to driver wellness. Tenstreet has made a name for itself in the recruiting and retention space.
Retention efforts across the industry tend to focus primarily on pay. While pay is certainly an important factor in retaining quality drivers, simply issuing raises is not the answer to the driver turnover issue that plagues the industry.
Tenstreet’s goal is to make processes easier for drivers and carriers alike. In 2022, that means making a driver’s smartphone a one-stop shop for as many tasks as possible.