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Top 5 Traits of the Best Trucking Jobs

By Drive My Way Team on Apr 15, 2019 12:54:27 PM

What do truck drivers look for in jobs? What are the most important traits to them? These are the questions that pester recruiters in the back of their minds. Recruiters know that there is a driver shortage, and that truck drivers are looking for the best jobs they can find. If drivers aren’t happy then, they will quickly move on to finding another job with another fleet. We’ve written previously about the top factors truck drivers want. Now let’s look at some of the top traits of the best trucking jobs as drivers see them.

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4 Tips for Successful Communication with Drivers

By Drive My Way Team on Apr 10, 2019 10:17:25 AM

Whether you’re recruiting a new batch of drivers for your company or interacting with those who have been with you for years, communication with drivers is important. Successful communication with employees is crucial for any profession but comes with unique challenges in the trucking industry.

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What Do CDL Truck Drivers Want? Here Are 7 Top Factors

By Drive My Way Team on Apr 4, 2019 9:36:02 AM

Given the continual driver shortage, truck drivers have many options in deciding which companies and fleets to work for. Recruiters need to constantly differentiate themselves from other firms when interacting with job prospects. Recruiters are constantly guessing about how much drivers will care about different factors when weighing job options. Data from Drive My Way's database revealed some interesting factors which CDL truck drivers care about when looking for a CDL trucking job.

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Top 7 Reasons Truck Drivers Decline Jobs

By Drive My Way Team on Apr 3, 2019 11:04:26 AM

Just like any other employees, truck drivers consider a variety of factors when deciding which company to work for. Some factors are obvious, such as compensation and benefits. Some other factors may surprise you. As a recruiter, you may think that you've all but sealed the deal on a new candidate but then they end up declining the job. Drivers may not be open with you about why they declined the job, but it is useful for recruiters to have this information.

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5 Tips to Recruit Millennial Truck Drivers

By Drive My Way Team on Mar 29, 2019 3:09:03 PM

The driver shortage is in full force. The average age of truck drivers is nearing closer and closer to retirement age, with more drivers leaving the industry. Meanwhile, competition from the ride-share industry continues. That means that drivers can get lured into working for Lyft or Uber which may offer better pay or benefits. Due to these factors, many recruiters are looking to hire from a younger pool of candidates.

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6 Components To Include in a Driver Engagement Survey

By Drive My Way Team on Mar 15, 2019 9:27:17 AM

Employee surveys are becoming a popular and strong way to measure the engagement and satisfaction with the job. Surveys can help get an idea of employee performance and retention. Other surveys will help employers understand their drivers better and get a sense of what is important to them.

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Reach More Truck Drivers with Digital Marketing

By Drive My Way Team on Mar 14, 2019 9:53:13 AM

Digital marketing is changing the landscape of how to effectively reach, attract, and convert drivers to a company. Today’s technology allows for new possibilities in marketing that were unthinkable only a few years ago. Using the latest digital marketing techniques can make it easier to reach more drivers, capture their attention, and start the recruitment process.

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