Per-mile company driver pay in the first quarter of 2018 surged in the US compared to the same quarter a year ago, according to data from the National Transportation Institute
With tens of thousands of empty truck driver seats in North America the industry needs to focus on recruiting younger workers by emphasizing advancements in technology and automation
Posted Thursday June 07, 2018 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
Trucking HR Canada has launched its new report Indigenous Recruitment & Retention: A Roadmap for Canada’s Trucking and Logistics Industry, to support industry employers in their efforts to better attract and retain Indigenous employees.
Posted Tuesday May 29, 2018 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
Trucking HR Canada has released a new driver training toolkit and will hold a supplementary, free webinar on June 13 to educate employers on how to best use the resource in their workplace.
Fully autonomous trucks replacing certain segments of drivers is certainly is a possibility, but not for the foreseeable future – and definitely not over the next few years as some aggressive forecasts predict
Newly released data show that trucking and other federally-mandated, safety-sensitive workforces in the U.S. are showing increases of positive marijuana tests in states that have enacted recreational use statues.