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More work to be done

Truck News

February 26, 2018

[…]Citing various statistics from Stay Metrics and the University of Wisconsin, (Ellen) Voie (President & CEO, Women In Trucking Assn.) highlighted the fact that women are less likely to be involved in a collision than men, and when they are, cause less damage, as the incidents usually occur during travel at low speeds, such as reversing into a shipping bay.[…] Voie made the case that hiring more female drivers would benefit trucking companies in more ways than one.[…]

Want to keep your drivers? Listen to them, advises panel

Truck News

October 13, 2017

…Tim Hindes, CEO of Stay Metrics agreed, saying to ensure the job and expectations are understood by both the employee and employer, it is crucial your fleet does regular driver surveys. “It’s important to get driver feedback,” he said. “After seven and 45 days – those are critical times for you to get feedback. The seven-day survey that we do…what we want to know is what are those driver’s expectations? It’s important when recruiting is to ask what the driver is looking for[…]