Fleets are trying adapt to a emerging driver shortage environment by experimenting with new human resource tactics to attract and retain drivers.
Yet another major U.S. court has ruled against a trucking company that it says misclassified drivers as contractors, who are rather employees of the carrier.
Carriers are most swayed by how shippers affect them financially and operationally and most of the time that’s rooted in how customers impact driver productivity
Posted Thursday July 24, 2014 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
As a 5-foot-2-inch woman, truck driver Lindy Hartsfield-Vasquez says she finds challenges when she hits the road.
Headwinds affecting trucking that included modest recovery growth along with the lack of acceleration in contract-rate increases are accompanied now by increased labor and recruiting overhead costs