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There are a many ways to create a driver-centered culture, and if done properly they are all capable of being fun and effective. With driver turnover cost estimates ranging from $6000.00 dollars up to $12,000 dollars per person, it certainly makes monetary sense to invest in turning your company into a fun place to work and as a by-product reduce turnover. So how do you do it? One of.
A few weeks back we looked at what to look for in a telematics provider. This time we look at it from the driver’s point of view. Your choice of an in-cab device can be one of three things. It can be a recruiting and retention tool, it can scare drivers off, or it can be a tolerated neutral item. There will always be drivers that these devices scare.
Benchmarking is a common practice in many sectors throughout North America. The trucking industry, dominated by many privately held firms, has typically not been a sector where benchmarking has flourished. The Ontario Trucking Association, through a new partnership with inGauge, is encouraging its members in 2016 to explore the benefits of utilizing benchmarking tools. inGauge is a service created by StakUp Inc. and the Truckload Carriers Association. The service.
Beginning tomorrow, the inGauge team is pleased to announce a number of new features for available for inGauge subscribers. New Population Filters: New Filter – Average Length of Haul, Change to ‘Industry Type’ – moved Flat Deck to ‘Industry Sub Type’, Change to ‘Industry Sub Type’ – added Intermodal, Aggregate and Tanker, New Filter – TCA Best Practice Group (available if you belong to a TCA Best Practice Group.
Alexandria, Virginia: The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) is pleased to announce a formal partnership with the Arkansas Trucking Association (ATA) to promote the new inGauge™ Online Performance Benchmarking Service to ATA members. The inGauge™ service was formally launched September 1st and has quickly caught the attention of the trucking industry. inGauge™ allows motor carriers and their employees to anonymously compare their operational results on approximately 15–30 performance metrics against.
The inGauge team will be providing an overview of the inGauge Online Benchmarking Service at TCA’s Open Deck Division Meeting next week (October 10th) in Chicago. We will be participating in the Benchmarking presentation conducted by Jack Porter of GPorter Group. To register for the event, please go to the Truckload Carriers Association website.