TruckRight will be speaking in Missouri and Oklahoma over the next two weeks to discuss innovations in recruiting and compliance.
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IRVINE, CA — A new survey of global Chief Information Officers (CIOs) found that most company executives blame failed technology initiatives on a lack of buy-in from employees.
WASHINGTON — A proposed rule by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) would enhance its ability to identify non-compliant motor carriers, says the agency.
Social media has transformed how businesses recruit today. Consider that, on a monthly basis, more than 288 million people use Twitter and 300 million use Instagram. Even more, about 890 million a day, use Facebook.
Now that 2016 is here, have you thought about what your recruiting efforts will be this year to recruit qualified drivers? Recruiting qualified drivers continues to be a challenge for most companies. Companies that use job boards are familiar with the phrase “post and pray,” which refers to placing a job on an employment recruiting website and hoping that a qualified driver responds. These $300-$500 job postings that last 30 days do not guarantee that you will get a qualified driver to reply, let alone see your posting.