Stay Metrics-Sponsored Program Recognizes Top Drivers in Indiana

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Master Truck Driver Award recipients increase significantly during first-year sponsorship

South Bend, IN. March 19 — Stay Metrics, the leading provider of driver retention tools, announces that the number of drivers who received the Indiana Motor Truck Association’s Master Truck Driver (MTD) Award in 2019 — the first year of program sponsorship by Stay Metrics — increased by more than two-fold, year over year. Stay Metrics' Scott Witcher (back row, far right) poses with the Master Truck Driver award recipients at the…

Stay Metrics Announces Case Study on Partnership with Brady Trucking

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Driver surveys, rewards platform instrumental in reducing fleet turnover by 31 percent in 2018

South Bend, IN. March 12— Stay Metrics, the leading provider of driver retention tools, announces a new Success Metrics case study on its first-year partnership with Brady Trucking that resulted in turnover decreasing by 31 percent. Brady Trucking owns and operates 350 trucks and a specialized trailer fleet strategically located at transportation facilities throughout the Rocky Mountain region, including the Bakken Oil Field. The Vernal, Utah-based carrier has established partnerships with some of the largest oil…

New Stay Metrics Study Examines Drivers’ Pre-Turnover Thoughts

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Notable trends emerge for drivers who are thinking of changing jobs

South Bend, IN. Feb 26— Stay Metrics, the leading provider of driver retention tools, announces new research showing the differences in pre-turnover thoughts by drivers for key demographics and segments in the trucking industry in 2018. Stay Metrics published the new research as a Stay Data Story, adding more insights and benchmarks to the recently launched Stay Days Table.…

Stay Metrics Creates Stay Days Table as an Industry Benchmark for Early Driver Turnover

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2018 Results Point to Driver Retention as Crisis/Problem with a Huge Cost Impact

South Bend, IN. Feb 19 — Stay Metrics, the leading provider of driver retention tools, announces today a new indicator for trends in early-stage driver turnover. The new Stay Days Table serves as a “survivor” chart that shows the number of drivers hired by carriers each month and the percentage remaining at specific milestones after their date of hire—30 days, 60 days, 90 days, etc. This table allows Stay Metrics to follow specific cohorts of…

Driver Training from Stay Metrics Reaches New Milestones

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Drivers awarded 250 million reward points for completing safety and wellness courses

South Bend, IN. January 29 — Stay Metrics announces the milestones reached by Drive Safe and Drive Fit since the innovative training courses became part of the privately branded Driver Rewards engagement and retention platform that Stay Metrics administers for carriers. In September 2015, Stay Metrics added safety and health & wellness training to the Driver Rewards platform. The expanding library of training courses became one of many options for carriers to engage drivers and…

Stay Metrics Announces Case Study on Partnership with Liquid Trucking

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Driver surveys and rewards programs help food-grade tanker lower turnover by 44 percent

South Bend, IN. January 8 — Stay Metrics, the leading provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions, announces a new case study on a partnership with Liquid Trucking Companies that led to breakthrough results in driver retention. The case study is the second installment in a series about how industry-leading carriers are outperforming their peers in driver retention. As one of the top-30 largest tank carriers in North America, Liquid Trucking operates a…

Stay Metrics Announces Case Study on Partnership with Load One

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Expedite carrier Load One lowers driver turnover nearly 50 percent within two years

South Bend, IN. December 3, 2018 — Stay Metrics, the leading provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions, announces a new case study on its partnership with Load One, LLC. The case study is the first in a new series about industry-leading motor carriers that have achieved breakthrough results for driver retention. This story is available to anyone at no cost on the Stay Metrics website. Load One is one of the largest…

New Stay Metrics Research Shows Job Satisfaction Advantage for Women Drivers

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Analysis finds a gender difference in driver satisfaction and intent to turnover

South Bend, IN. November 13 — Stay Metrics, the leading provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions for the transportation industry, published a new research paper that attributes critical areas of driver job satisfaction and turnover intent to gender. Industry leaders have been emphasizing the need to recruit and retain more women as a solution to the driver shortage, which is expected to reach 63,000 in 2018. The Women in Trucking Association…

Stay Metrics Promotes Five Women to New Leadership Roles

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Talented professionals advance careers that help motor carriers reduce turnover

South Bend, IN. November 1 — Stay Metrics, the leading provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions for the transportation industry, announces the promotion of five women employees to new leadership roles. "Our future depends on effective leadership and we are grateful for the impact and ongoing potential of these talented professionals" Since its founding in 2012, Stay Metrics has been a strong proponent of advancing professional women in the trucking industry…

Stay Metrics Releases New Online Reporting Tools for Driver Survey Products

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New version of web portal gives insights for preventing early turnover

South Bend, IN. October 3 — Stay Metrics, the leading provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training and retention solutions, announces the latest version of its client-facing web portal and new reporting tools that give motor carriers actionable insights for preventing early driver turnover. Ongoing research by Stay Metrics shows that 57 percent of newly hired drivers quit their carriers within the first 180 days of employment. Of these drivers, about 35 percent leave within…