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The Battle for Great Drivers is Joined

[caption id="attachment_1004" align="alignright" width="200"] Jerry Scott is Chief Operating Officer at Stay Metrics.[/caption] Jerry Y. Scott, ARM, SPHR, is Chief Operating Officer at Stay Metrics. He is instrumental in developing the processes whereby our teams continuously improve to meet clients’ needs. You can find more of his writing on his LinkedIn…

Resolve to Improve Driver Wellness This Year

At the beginning of the year, it is common for people to resolve to do better in the areas of health and wellness. However, these goals often fall by the wayside when met with the realities of day-to-day life after January 1st. Obstacles to meeting wellness goals are especially prevalent…

Liquid Trucking Success Metrics

Our Success Metrics series continues with Liquid Trucking and their success in improving across the board and innovating new technology as they reduce turnover and improve driver satisfaction. Find out how Liquid Trucking sets itself up to attract and retain the type of talent they are looking for: the most capable professional…

Fulfilling Wish Lists with Driver Rewards

Motor carriers are among a rare breed of businesses that never shut down completely for holidays. While many drivers will be home for Christmas and New Year’s Day, others will be working all day or night to hit next-day pickup and delivery windows. Perhaps your company requires drivers to request…

Drivers & Their Impact on Business Value

“I could double my business today if I only had the drivers to support the new revenue.” This comment represents a universal frustration across the trucking industry. We hear trucking owners express a version of this message week in and week out at Tenney Group. Consequently, the driver shortage is…

Load One Success Metrics

The first in our series of Success Metrics case studies, Load One's story is one of continued growth and increased retention. Find out how Load One sets itself apart in retention. CEO John Elliott is committed to respecting Load One’s drivers, employees, and customers personally, and professionally. Load One needed to reduce…