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Women in Trucking names Top Women to Watch in Transportation

FreightWaves

March 19, 2019

The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) announced its second annual list of Top Women to Watch in Transportation on March 18. Staff of WIT’s magazine, Redefining the Road, selected a list of women based on their careers and efforts to promote gender equality in the past year or so.

“This year, we’ve identified 53 women who stand out as top performers in a field of highly qualified nominees,” Brian Everett, Group Editorial Director and Publisher said in a release. “They represent a diverse range of company types and a variety of roles and responsibilities, showcasing the many career opportunities for women in the transportation industry.”

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MARY MALONE: Vice President, Business Development, Stay Metrics

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A new driver hire’s view of the recruiter sticks around well past day one: study

FreightWaves

July 16, 2018

[…] (Tim) Hindes (Stay Metrics’ CEO) said it is clear from the interviews that Stay Metrics conducts with drivers that if the new hire encounters working conditions that are different than what the recruiter discussed during the hiring process, that is sure to create dissatisfaction.[…]  “They remember what they were told when they signed up,” he said. “So it’s really a question of whether the expectations were aligned right, and did that recruiter oversell it.”