Stay Metrics, a provider of driver retention tools, has released a new research report detailing a multi-faceted approach for motor carriers to turbocharge their driver orientation and improve job satisfaction.
The report is available at no cost on the Stay Metrics website.
Recent results from driver surveys administered by Stay Metrics for clients during critical periods of early employment show that nearly one in four drivers are not learning what they expected to from their carriers during orientation, according to Stay Metrics CEO and Co-Founder Tim Hindes.
Stay Metrics, a provider of driver retention tools for motor carriers, has released Stay Ahead, a new platform for its suite of driver survey products, which include onboarding surveys, fleetwide ongoing/annual surveys and exit/departure surveys.
Joining these surveys is a powerful new feature that lets carriers make the most of their data, according to Mary Malone, vice president of business development.
The Stay Days Table was recently expanded to include a column for “Average Days Stayed” that is calculated once a driver group has reached 365 days since their hire date.
Stay Metrics CEO Tim Hindes said the key insight from this update is that early-stage turnover is increasing overall across the industry.
While drivers hired in January 2018 stayed an average of 283 days, drivers hired in June 2018 stayed only 216 days on average, a decrease of 67 days.
Every year, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) significantly increases the number of Level 1 inspections it conducts in a three-day period. This year, approximately 17 vehicles will be inspected every minute.
Each year has an area of emphasis. This year it is steering and suspension. Stay Metrics and Luma are providing a complimentary eNugget, an online learning module and assessment, that prepares drivers, fleet managers and other stakeholders for Level I roadside inspections.
The Roadcheck 2019 eNugget is available during all of May and June at http://enuggetlearning.com/roadcheck. It is optimized for viewing on any desktop or mobile device. No login or registration is required.
Stay Metrics, the leading provider of driver retention tools, has released 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 drivers and to show how well carriers are retaining them over time, according to Tim Hindes, Stay Metrics co-founder and CEO.
As the table makes clearer than previous models, early driver turnover is a massive, industry-wide problem, Hindes said, noting that approximately 60 percent of the more than 3,000 drivers from 89 carriers hired in January 2018 did not make it one year with their carrier.
[…] For the second straight year, motor carriers have ranked the shortage of qualified drivers as their top concern in the American Transportation Research Institute’s annual Top Industry Issues report. Driver retention is at No. 3.
Stay Metrics assesses driver opinions and satisfaction levels on a wide range of areas that correlate with driver retention. The company administers an in-depth standardized Annual Driver Satisfaction Survey to drivers on behalf of its motor carrier clients. […]
You never get a second chance to make a first impression.[…]A research team led by Stay Metrics Chief Science Officer Timothy Judge set out to determine whether early-stage job leavers share any common characteristics, and if they do can that be used to prevent some of the turnover.[…] The study concluded that driver dissatisfaction can start practically out of the gate, and that a driver’s attitude toward their recruiter and their dispatcher by their 45th day of employment are a strong signal of whether that driver will be an early leaver.[…]
Driver engagement and retention specialists Stay Metrics and Luma are providing a free online tire safety training module in advance of International Roadcheck 2016, the companies reported June 1. “The Stay Metrics and Luma teams support safety efforts within the trucking industry. We collaborated on this project to bring a quick and effective training e-Nugget to the field,” said Tim Hindes, chief executive officer of Stay Metrics.