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
Posted Friday January 18, 2019 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
Increases to truck driver pay and a softening freight market were key to lower turnover numbers for large truckload fleets, according to the American Trucking Associations.
Freight demand and increased freight rates are boosting the U.S. trucking industry, but the dissolution of NAFTA could wipe that all out, notes ATA’s chief economist Bob Costello.
ATA unanimously approved its first-ever policy for the development of automated trucks covering safety, government, uniformity across state lines, infrastructure, and education.