FreightWaves and SmartDrive are proud to present a white paper on current trends in driver incentive programs. The white paper grew out of a webinar produced in September by FreightWaves and SmartDrive, hosted by FreightWaves Executive Editor John Kingston. With Kingston were two guests: Gordon Klemp, the president of the National Transportation Institute, whose work on driver salaries and incentive programs is considered one of the industry’s leading benchmarks; and Mike Posz, Director of Safety for Fraley & Schilling, who has worked with SmartDrive on using its safety-related data as a vital part of driver retention and incentive programs. We invite you to download the white paper and read its findings and observations.
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