Try as we might there just is no going back to the way it was. Sure we may get close in some areas, but we will never truly get things back to the way they were pre-2020, and trucking is no exception to this. The pandemic changed trucking … FOREVER.
On today’s episode of The Recruiting Roundup we’ll take another look at some of the results of a recent driver…
November and December seem to have a bad reputation when it comes to driver recruiting. The question is, are the final two months of the year really a bad time for driver recruiting?
As the U.S.’s distillate supply lowers, the price of diesel fuel continues to climb. How did we get here and how long will this last? Watch the Recruiting Roundup and find out!
Today’s episode of Recruiting Roundup will cover 5 easy things your team can do to improve your driver recruiting. What are they? Watch Roundup and find out!
When it comes to driver recruiting, a recruiter’s skills on the phone can make or break you. They are more often than not the first contact a driver has with you, and their interaction will set the tone and expectations a driver has for your fleet moving forward.
Driver recruiting is all about getting the drivers. The constant struggle to fill seats can help distract fleets from digging into one of the most effective tools at their disposal: effective branding.
Driver recruiting and marketing have an awful lot in common. It really comes down to targeting the right people with the right messaging. That’s why today we’re going to cover some of the core principles of marketing and talk briefly about how and why you should implement them (if you’re not already)!
TikTok. Everyone is doing it. Right? But can or should you use it for your driver recruiting? If so, what tools are available to help you meet your recruiting goals? If you’ve ever asked these questions, buckle up! Because today, the Recruiting Roundup talks TikTok!
What’s the most important part of driver recruiting? The phone call!!! It’s the first time a driver interacts with your fleet and can shape their thoughts about your fleet, and the relationship they have with you moving forward.