4 Ways Oakley Maximizes Driver Recruiting And Retention
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Tips for improving communications effectiveness. Little Rock-based Oakley Trucking maintains a turnover rate less than 1/3 the current industry average for fleets the American Trucking Associations categorize as “large” (above $30 million in revenue). How? Pretty simple, actually. “You’ve got to take care of the ones you have before you go get more,” says Oakley recruiting […]
Create an effective referral pipeline by making your drivers believers. It All Starts With Effective Messaging. Selling a qualified candidate on your company is the end goal of any recruiting interaction. If your message isn’t compelling enough, you’re losing sales. Yes, each driver has his or her own unique perspective on the company. But every driver […]
Six More Tips From Three More Experts If there’s one thing I’ve heard at MATS in recent years, it’s that recruiting Owner Operators is tough as it’s ever been. Which shouldn’t surprise anyone. After all, as I noted in my first post on the topic, the total number of Owner Operators in the market is (by […]
Four Steps For Building Your Own Program TMC Transportation has been recruiting student drivers since 1993. Which makes the Des Moines-based carrier fairly unique among flatbed companies—who tend to demand more experienced drivers. “What we want,” says TMC’s VP/Recruiting Duane Boswell, “is drivers who do the job right. And in our experience, it’s usually better […]
Canadian company takes honesty to a new level In 2013, Kleysen’s then-recruiting director Howard Sired had a problem. The kind of problem that would make most American trucking executives roll their eyes and sarcastically play Air Violin. The problem? “It’s our turnover,” said the Winnipeg-based carrier’s Recruiting Director. “It stays constant at around 14%.” It’s […]