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!
David is back with another quick tip from quarantine! How many leads should you be supplying to your driver recruiters? Dave knows the answer. Watch and find out more. Miss the first tip? You can find it here.
It goes without saying that lately has been a challenging time. But amidst all of the infections, death, and panic caused by the coronavirus outbreak, there have been extraordinary examples of kindness, goodness, and human decency. College students have mobilized and offered to help shop for the most vulnerable among us. Police departments have standing […]
The outbreak of coronavirus has impacted almost every aspect of our lives. It seems no business or industry has been left untouched. Driver recruiting is no exception. For this week’s Randall-Reilly Review I sat down to talk with Randall-Reilly’s VP of Trucking Operations, Scott Maldonado. Scott works with fleets all over the country to help […]
If you have trouble finding time to read a full article or watch a lengthy video, we’ve got you covered. David is here to save the day with his Driver Recruiting Quick Tips series. Today we get started with Tip #1.
Something that trucking has always had going for it is, America (and most of the world for that matter) runs on trucking. Even at a time where up to 3 out of 4 Americans are under some form of “lockdown” due to the coronavirus pandemic, trucking soldiers on. Trucking is one of the few “essential […]
Over the past few weeks, we’ve taken a look at how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the trucking industry both at the fleet and driver level. This week we focus again on the driver impact, but more specifically on how the current situation affects trucking’s owner-operators. Overdrive Senior Editor, Todd Dills, sits down to share […]
For this week’s Randall-Reilly Review video, we sit down and have an in-depth conversation with Truckers News and She Drives Trucks editor, David Hollis. We talk about how drivers are responding, how the business has adapted, a few positive stories, and everything in between!
I don’t know about you, but I’m a little tired of bad news. Our truck drivers are out there on the front lines keeping supply lines open and the country afloat. That in and of itself is pretty great news. No matter what pops up our men and women are out there delivering the supplies […]
When it comes to the coronavirus, remember one thing … you’re not alone. We’re all in this together. In the spirit of cooperation and togetherness, we’d like to ask for your help. Can you let us know how you’ve changed your recruiting to help us compile best practices during the coronavirus pandemic? We want to […]