Videos & Webinars
Experienced Diesel Techs Are Extremely Valuable. Does This Recruiter Make the Most of the Call? | Listening in with Seth
On a scale of 1 to 100, the recruiting difficulty for scoring an experienced diesel technician ranks a 99. That means every call that recruiters field with diesel techs, particularly veteran techs is very important. On today’s episode, Seth listens in to a call between a recruiter (we think … he never clarifies – strike 1) and a technician with over 20 years of experience.
We’ll cover some of the top news stories, get into all the recruiting data you can handle, and check in with our friend, Jason Miller, for his latest economic update. According to him, the freight market is nearing rock bottom; and that’s actually the good news! How? Check out his full update for more details in this month’s edition of the 30 Day Reset.
The automotive, agriculture, construction, and trucking industries are all searching for the same thing. What could it possibly be? You’ll have to watch the full episode to find out!
We all know that when asked drivers always rank pay at the top. But is it really the one and only thing to focus on? Could fleets find success by removing friction and improving the driver experience … even if their pay is not highest around?
Get caught up with all the latest driver recruiting data including costs, freight information, and spot rates. We’ll also take a look at top industry news stories and check in with our friend, Jason Miller, to discuss what we can learn from last year’s CVSA Roadcheck data to prepare for the upcoming inspection blitz.
Many fleets find themselves in a bit of a pickle. They don’t actually need drivers at the moment. After years of go, go, go! – It’s hard to know exactly what to do in a time like this. What can your fleet focus on to continue to grow and bring value if not on drivers? In the Season 3 premiere of Digging Deeper, Dave and his guests, Seth Becker and Kyle Jernigan, sit down to discuss the topic.
This time Seth listens in on a call between a driver having an issue with a pick-up and a driver manager. Why? Recruiting does not stop after the driver is hired!
What’s on the docket for the latest Economic Outlook? After falling in February, trucking payrolls were on the rise in March. What’s behind this unexpected development? Jason gives us his thoughts.