A trucking company with operations in Grand Junction reduced turnover by nearly a third, according to a case study conducted by a company that helps motor carriers retain staff.
Brady Trucking lowered turnover 31 percent while increasing its driver count 40 percent in 2018, according to Stay Metrics, which partnered with the company.
“We recognize that retention is the key when it comes to our future growth,” said Chuck Johnson, president and chief executive officer of Brady Trucking.
Based in Utah, Brady Trucking operates 350 trucks and a fleet of specialized trailers located at facilities throughout the Rocky Mountain region. The company works with some of the largest oil field services providers in the world.