Retention, retention, retention. The topic most frequently on fleet owners’ minds is a long-established challenge compounded by modern regulations and technology. As it has before, the transportation industry is once again grappling with a significant driver shortage—and this time, there’s a whole new slate of issues to worry about.
Between stiff competition, complex regulatory requirements, and a shortage of applicants, it’s harder than ever to find drivers—especially good, qualified, safe drivers—which also means it’s more important than ever to keep operators once you’ve recruited them. Transportation companies of all sizes and specialties should be prioritizing and optimizing their retention efforts.
But retention doesn’t have to take time away from your business. Join us on June 20th for a webinar all about how to keep your drivers happy and compliant without doubling your workload or breaking the bank.
For this webinar, we’re bring on Deborah Lockridge, Heavy Duty Trucking‘s editor in chief, and Debbie Landry, Halvor Lines‘ director of driver services. Together, we’ll explore four ways fleets can leverage technology and personal attention to easily and cost-effectively improve their retention strategies and reduce turnover.
- Why ongoing communication is key to a driver-centric corporate culture
- How to do onboarding right—and do it efficiently
- How to train drivers without wasting their time and your money
- The importance of keeping drivers safe, for their sake and yours
4 Steps to Retain Drivers and Keep the Wheels Rolling
It’s harder to find drivers — especially good, safe drivers — than ever, which makes it more important than ever to keep them once you’ve found them.