How much does employee turnover cost? It’s a question we’ve answered several times, in several different ways. Indeed, there are multiple calculations employers can use to determine how much they can expect to spend to replace a departing worker, factoring in variables such as hiring, onboarding, training, time to productivity, and overall workforce engagement. Even […]
It’s hard to find drivers. Even harder to find good, safe drivers. Retaining the ones you have becomes essential to your fleet’s bottom line. That’s where automation with Compligo can help. Join us as Compli compliance expert, Joe Aakre (aka “Professor Joe”), shows you how our transportation clients lower their turnover. The secret? Workforce compliance […]
You can’t spell “trucking compliance” without “caring.” Try and you’ll end up with “tukomplince,” which sounds like some trendy Amazonian superfruit or an impossible yoga position.
Trucking Companies: Here’s Everything You Need to Include in an Employee’s Driver Qualification and Hiring Files
For trucking companies, compliant driver qualification practices have two basic components: people and paperwork. Your fleet’s employees do the heavy lifting (literally, in some cases) of compliance, and DQ paperwork proves it.
Data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) shows that there is a strong correlation between high driver attrition (turnover) and low compliance rankings. Driver attrition is a well-known problem for trucking companies in terms of employment costs, but high turnover was not connected with landing trucking companies in the hot seat with FMCSA […]
For the past decade, the transportation industry has struggled with an employment crisis, as rates of trucker turnover have reached and even exceeded 100%.
If you’ve paid attention to any news about the trucking industry over the past couple years, chances are high you’ve seen one repeated once, twice, or a few hundred times: Turnover.
In 2016 US Auto sales increased for the seventh straight year. Unfortunately, workforce trends are not rising to meet the industry’s record sales. The turnover trends for the auto industry is an $8 billion-plus problem according to the president of ESI Trends, Ted Kraybill, featured in Automotive News’ latest on the industry’s people problem. The […]
“If what you’re trying to accomplish is an engaged, consistent workforce, you face significant risk by lacking a documentable process. Any organization needs to have a plan, or process, or at least ideas about the entire employee lifecycle.”
For the amount of money your dealership loses every year due to turnover, you could purchase a 3-bedroom house in the Garden District of New Orleans (convenient if you’re planning to attend NADA in January).