Driver recruiters are facing new challenges each day in this unique environment. You’d think there would be more driver availability under the circumstances, but the fact remains that there’s still a significant shortage of qualified drivers, leading to panic, frustration, and a call for change. How should recruiters adapt? What positive changes should they make immediately?
In this panel discussion featuring driver recruiting and marketing experts, attendees will learn strategies, tools, and effective follow-up practices to help them excel in this new environment.
Professional driver recruitment and retention is arguably the biggest pain point for carriers across the United States – and now COVID-19 and its many accompanying challenges has only amplified the problem.
Rob Peacock, a South African businessman and management consultant, developed a program that brings South African drivers with over 10 years of experience to the U.S. as permanent residents and even gives them the opportunity for citizenship. While we’re still navigating uncertainty, now is a great time to put plans in place for 2021 and beyond to make sure your company is well suited for growth. And if you’re worried about border closings making this impossible, don’t be – these are EB3 visas and are not affected by existing immigration policy or changes.
In this webinar, Rob will be joined by Chad Hendricks, President of Brand Outcomes and Host of the Recruit and Retain Podcast, as they share specifics of the program, how it’s evolved, and why your organization could benefit from participating.
“Making Safety Happen” is a 6-module course designed by Brian Fielkow, Founder and CEO of Jetco delivery, a $250MM logistics company, author of two highly acclaimed books, national speaker, and recognized by the National Safety Council. In this exclusive DriverReach webinar, Brian is teaming up with us to share his 25 years of leadership experience, practical tools, and applicable resources with YOUR company to share how you can begin taking steps to create a world-class safety culture. By attending, you’ll receive an overview of the course and, most importantly, actionable takeaways you can begin to use immediately to build your safety culture.
Much has changed in the trucking industry in recent years with regard to drug and alcohol testing. While states continue to legalize marijuana for recreational use, the Federal government is drafting and implementing new rules to make the detection of unauthorized drug use easier. Meanwhile, the COVID-19 pandemic is making meeting strict testing rules more difficult as the medical industry deals with surging coronavirus cases.
In this upcoming webinar panel featuring three experts with perspectives ranging from legal to medical to law enforcement, attendees will learn about compliance, testing, and enforcement on what to anticipate this Fall and how to grapple with the evolving landscape.
Beyond basic CDC guidelines, do you have a plan in place for when a driver is exposed to COVID-19 or contracts the virus? For instance, how will their route change and what action steps should they take? How does COVID-19 impact safety and compliance regulations? As companies begin to prepare for what the future of trucking looks like in a post-COVID world, there are many considerations – cleanliness, driver health, safety and compliance, and so much more.
This upcoming webinar panel featuring four experts will dive deep into the strategies companies need to put into place now to mitigate risk for companies, drivers and their families.
Ongoing safety training plays an integral role in developing a safety culture, and is critical for keeping your trucks on the road. Your safety culture says a lot about what your company stands for and what it values.
But a strong safety culture doesn’t spontaneously occur – it takes effort, a plan, and most importantly, in our new world of social distancing, it takes training that can be delivered to each individual wherever they are.
In this webinar with Vertical Alliance Group, attendees will learn how to build and effectively roll out the foundation for a strong safety culture.
In early May, 2020, FMCSA launched a long-awaited, permanent CMV Crash Preventability Determination Program. But, how does this new program differ from the Agency’s pilot program conducted from 2017 through 2019, and what does it mean for fleets, drivers and driver recruiters?
DriverReach and Driver iQ are teaming up to bring you “FMCSA’s New & Inevitable Crash Preventability Determination Program", which will be led by industry regulatory experts, Dave Osiecki and Sean Garney of Scopelitis Transportation Consulting.
Fleets are looking for ways to reduce their costs while still being able to grow their candidate pipeline. A strong driver referral program is one of the best ways to accomplish that! An organized, well-oiled referral program gives your drivers the tools they need to recruit and allow your organization to take advantage of this largely untapped talent pool. In this webinar, an expert from RocketCDL will discuss how integrating smart technology to create a seamless funnel is your ticket to engagement, transparency, and advocacy.
In the past, drivers and their families haven’t often been on the forefront of companies’ minds. Recently, however – especially with driver retention an ongoing concern – companies are looking for ways to keep drivers happy. In this webinar, David Abell and Dallas Racklin of AMT Squirrel Works, will be joined by Jeremy Reymer, Founder and CEO of DriverReach, as they share several simple ways to create an online community for you, your drivers, and their families. You’ll learn how to use social media platforms like Facebook to provide company information, highlight individuals, and post news that pertains to drivers, as well as their families, and you’ll discover how to use weekly video spots, blog posts, and email touchpoints to engage your community.
Has your business been affected by COVID-19? Chances are yes, as we’ve partnered to survey hundreds of leaders in transportation recruitment who are adapting to new strategies during these times. Jeremy Reymer, DriverReach Founder and CEO, and Alex McKeown, FATj.com CEO, will explore how the widespread economic impact has affected businesses, what recruitment challenges transportation companies are facing, and methods to cope with remote work and employee safety.
During these uncertain and challenging times, expressing authenticity and demonstrating empathy during the recruiting process can mean all the difference to your driver candidates.
Just imagine how valuable your candidates would feel if you related to them in a more “human” way. The words we use and how we use them can be very impactful, especially during times like these.
Phil M. Jones, sales expert and author of DriverReach's book, "Exactly What to Say: CDL Driver Recruiting Edition" is joining us for a can't-miss live video chat to provide attendees with specific phrases of authenticity, empathy, and intention, give examples of how knowing “Exactly What to Say” can help convert more drivers, and unpack sales concepts recruiters can use immediately.
The current state of the COVID-19 pandemic in our nation has left many companies unsure of how to educate, orient, and instill safety precautions for those on the frontline.
However, sharing real-time information can be the difference between a fleet that safely moves forward, and one that is stalled.
In this webinar, Dr. Gina Anderson, CEO of Luma, will describe specific strategies to use in this “new normal” of remote working through the use of webinar technology for in-class and out-of-class instruction. She will also help attendees determine the most useful learning strategy for their organization during this crisis.
During this unprecedented time, continuous driver feedback can help uncover confusion and misunderstandings between drivers and their carriers. This webinar, presented by Max Farrell, CEO of WorkHound, will include actual sentiments within the professional truck driver community with recommendations on how to build confidence between drivers and carriers. Attendees will understand key concerns and confusion for drivers regarding COVID-19, learn how other carriers are approaching clarification, and gain communication advice.
By February 6th, 2020, FMCSA’s Clearinghouse will have been in effect for 30 days, but how are the changes to the driver qualification process affecting recruiting and compliance?
DriverReach’s webinar, “30 Days In – Status of the Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse", will be led by industry regulatory expert, Dave Osiecki of Scopelitis Transportation Consulting and will provide a status of the Clearinghouse functionality, what’s working, what’s not, and how the system implementation challenges are impacting compliance.
The webinar will also address FMCSA’s Clearinghouse-related enforcement posture and will provide answers to some of the most common industry questions about the new query and reporting requirements.
For the past few years, the trucking industry has been dealing with more than a few challenges. Many of them pop up year after year, continuing to make headlines, while some have emerged for the very first time.
In this webinar, ATRI President Rebecca Brewster will discuss the results of the most recent Top Industry Issues Survey and juxtapose how motor carriers and professional drivers ranked issues including the ongoing driver shortage, Hours of Service rule, driver compensation, and much more.
Following up on DriverReach’s groundbreaking webinar, “Brace Yourself: The Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse Brings New Challenges to Recruiting Drivers”, this new webinar will bring participants up to speed on the latest developments to help carriers achieve compliance by the January 6, 2020 implementation date.
Dave Osiecki, President, Scopelitis Transportation Consulting LLC & Regulatory Consultant to DriverReach, will provide expert advice on achieving a holistic view of the Clearinghouse rules, insight on what other carriers might be doing, and how DriverReach can help.
Attracting and retaining highly-qualified professional drivers remains the greatest challenge of any fleet today. In order to be successful, companies need to thoroughly understand the current landscape and be able to adapt with the changing trends. In this webinar, you'll hear from Leah Shaver, Chief Operating Officer for The National Transportation Institute (NTI), the truckload industry subject matter experts on company driver and owner-operator compensation history, changes, and benchmarks. This webinar will help you understand how to adapt – and stay ahead of – market changes.
Truckers Against Trafficking recognizes that members of the trucking industry are invaluable in the fight against the heinous crime of Human Trafficking. As the eyes and ears of our nation’s highways, they are in a unique position to make a difference and close loopholes to traffickers who seek to exploit our transportation system for their personal gain.
Presented by Louie Greek, Training Specialist with Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT), this webinar will inform webinar attendees of the basic issues involved in human trafficking, signs to recognize, and a summary of ways YOU can help save lives.
When was the last time you asked your drivers for unscripted feedback? Do you understand why your drivers are actually leaving? What would happen if you were able to remove the barriers that prevent you from improving communication with your drivers?
Max Farrell, CEO of WorkHound, will be the featured presenter again in part two of this series on driver retention. Gathering feedback directly from drivers is a foundational step for companies looking to improve their retention rate, but all too often it’s an afterthought. In webinar #9 of our multi-month series, Reimagine the Driver Lifecycle, Max will uncover why your drivers aren’t sticking around – but more importantly, he will share tactics that will help you reverse the trend and intervene before your drivers move on.
Ever wonder why drivers leave your company? Do you wish you had better driver retention rates? Could your driver communication strategy be improved?
Max Farrell, CEO of WorkHound, will be the featured presenter in a two-part series on driver retention – one of the most critical challenges facing carriers today. No matter how high your company’s driver turnover rates are, even a small improvement can dramatically (and positively) impact your bottom line. In webinar #8 of our multi-month series, Reimagine the Driver Lifecycle, Max will share practical insight regarding driver retention.
Converting applicants to hired drivers is the major focus for most CDL driver recruiters, but many companies are still challenged with high turnover and major headaches, making the recruiting process a seemingly never-ending black hole.
A great orientation is what sets the driver (and your bottom line) up for long-term success, but creating an effective strategy isn’t as easy as funneling new drivers through an HR process. In webinar #7 of our multi-month series, Reimagine the Driver Lifecycle, Scott Anderson, COO of Luma, will share his onboarding secrets.
A fundamental shift in how carriers recruit and qualify drivers will occur on January 6, 2020. Safety will improve as drug and/or alcohol violations will be easier to identify, and as drivers who are ineligible to operate commercial motor vehicles are promptly removed from their driving responsibilities as a result.
However, this improvement will come with a cost as carriers adapt to new rules. This webinar, featuring Dave Osiecki, President, Scopelitis Transportation Consulting LLC & Regulatory Consultant to DriverReach, will explore how companies need to prepare.
Your drivers are often your biggest advocates when it comes to hiring – but are you fully leveraging their reach to attract new driver referrals? If you’re like most carriers, you have the opportunity to grow.
In the new frontier of driver referrals, the key is to maximize referral programs to capitalize on driver networks to hire top talent – and reach drivers who may not even be looking for a new job. By implementing a great referral program, you could be filling trucks in no time. Register now to find out how!
Do your conversations with potential drivers abruptly die without reason? Are you tired of new drivers ghosting your application process?
Do you need a higher conversion of leads to full applications? Do you need to convert more leads to hires?
If you're like most, you’re nodding to all these questions. And believe us — we get it. Recruiting is harder than ever before!
Register for this webinar now and learn how to have better sales-minded conversations.
In webinar #5 of our multi-month series, "QUALIFIED DRIVERS FAST: How Driver Staffing Complements Recruiting”, attendees will hear from 3 driver staffing experts as they discuss both the benefits and the pitfalls of using driver staffing services.
The panel discussion, led by Chad Hendricks from the Recruit & Retain Podcast: Trucking Edition, will help attendees gain insight into how to properly use driver staffing to augment their driver recruiting needs.
On March 8, 2019, the FMCSA published an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) concerning the long-standing requirement for prospective drivers to complete an employment application when applying for a driving job.
This rulemaking action is another FMCSA step down the Trump Administration’s ‘regulatory reform and relief’ road, and it’s one that will likely have some trucking industry stakeholders scratching their heads wondering ‘why?’ Register now to find out.
The demand for drivers is through the roof and competition is tougher than ever before. Thanks to the ongoing driver shortage, recruiting quality drivers can be an ongoing struggle.
But as tough as the environment is, there’s an opportunity for your company to improve speed-to-hire by providing drivers with a better experience (and your recruiters, too!).
Overwhelmed by all of the driver lead generators vying for your attention? It can be hard to know the strengths and weaknesses of each one, let alone choose the right partners for your short term and long term driver recruiting needs.
In this upcoming webinar, "Driver Lead Generator Digital Pitch Happy Hour", you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your desk! Just grab a cup of coffee and be prepared to take notes as you listen to top driver lead generators pitch their unique value propositions to you in an easy-to-follow, fast-paced setting.
Recruiting drivers in today’s market
In this webinar, attendees will hear from Vice President of Marketing for Conversion Interactive Agency, Priscilla Peters, as she guides us through how to drive conversions from the top of the driver lead funnel all the way to the hire, implement strategies that differentiate your brand and your carrier from the driver’s perspective, and engage and prefer to communicate in today’s mobile world.
Do your conversations with potential drivers abruptly stop without any reason? Are you tired of new drivers ghosting your application process?
In this upcoming webinar, Recruit and Retain: Trucking Edition podcast host and Brand Outcomes Vice President Chad Hendricks will guide attendees through how to: get more drivers to fill out applications, entice potential hires to respond to your communications, feel confident that you can close the deal, and be part of the solution to the driver shortage.
In this webinar, Women in Trucking Association (WiT) President Ellen Voie will discuss how CDL driver recruiters can target female applicants by crafting a women-driven message and changing the perception of the trucking industry in recruiting ads.
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When it comes to the CDL driver recruiting funnel, most carriers miss the crucial points that occur between initial conversion and completion of full applications. Learn the mechanisms you can put
Join Scott Evanson, CEO of Smart Rhino Labs Division at Randall-Reilly, as he deep dives into how to keep your CDL driver applicants engaged throughout the entire application process.
Listen to Sean Garney, Director of Business Development at NIC Federal LLC, the company that administers the PSP program on behalf of FMCSA, as he discusses how to best understand and use the information contained on a PSP report to improve driver recruiting and safety.
With all of the new recruiting tools and solutions out there, it’s easy to get carried away with innovation, but let’s face it – we’re not developers. When it comes to building successful online recruiting solutions, the more ‘out-of-the-box’ the better.
As an ATA Featured Product and member of ATA’s Workforce Development Committee, we’re dedicated to the future of the industry. Join DriverReach's Founder and CEO, Jeremy Reymer, along with Dave Osiecki, President, and CEO at Scopelitis Transportation Consulting LLC, as we discuss how the FMCSA is adapting to technology that allows carriers to hire drivers faster and more efficiently.