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Last year, the total quit rates across all industries sat at 27.9%. While at first, the number might ring some of your internal alarm bells, the truth is this: it's not all that bad, especially considering the shocking statistics we're seeing lately in the transportation industry.
Developing an Effective Retention Strategy for Your Company | Part 4: Prioritizing Training and Professional DevelopmentDriver retention is a huge challenge (not to mention expense) for trucking companies. And the statistics prove it; turnover numbers were alarmingly high in 2019, sitting at 87% for large truckload carriers.
So, while the vast majority of fleets are focusing primarily on recruiting new drivers, it’s worth considering how more of an emphasis should be placed on retention. One article in HR Dive went so far as to say that “keeping top performers from leaving has to be job one for employers.”
Every March, the world comes together on International Women’s Day to recognize the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and girls and to raise awareness of the work that needs to take place. And there’s much work to be done – particularly in the transportation industry.
In the fall of 2019, Country Wide RV Transport – the second-largest RV and motor-home transportation provider in the U.S. – was forced to shutter its doors after facing a $2.66 million nuclear verdict.1
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