A report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics that found low pay to be a main driver for high turnover is not accurate, says ATA
Contending that it’s too easy to launch a new trucking company in Canada, the Canadian Trucking Alliance is calling for a national motor carrier entry standard that companies must meet before being allowed to put a truck on the road.
OTA Chair David Carruth and OTA President Stephen Laskowski appeared before the Standing Committee on General Government to lend the association’s support for Bill 66 as it relates to transportation and labour issues.
CTA is asking Finance Minister Morneau to once again show leadership in supporting the trucking sector by reinvesting the billions of dollars the industry will be paying through the carbon tax to help fleets purchase green, carbon-reducing equipment and technology.
Calling all young professionals in the trucking industry! School is almost back in session
Posted Thursday March 07, 2019 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
Trucking associations in the US are applauding the reintroduction of a bill aimed at easing the nation’s shortage of truck drivers.
While there have been some learning elements since the introduction of mandatory entry level training in Ontario, the government and industry should be congratulated for the gains that have been realized since, says Stephen Laskowski, president of OTA and CTA