Thinking Outside the Cab

| April 11, 2005

“You have to make retention enjoyable and interesting for your drivers,” Christner says.

It’s good to see that many fleets are putting their drivers’ careers and quality of life in the forefront. With more and more drivers needed in the trucking industry, it’s also good to see that many companies are listening and taking steps toward making trucking more than a job. It should be treated as a career by employer and employee alike. Anything else and the industry will continue to struggle with high turnover and driver dissatisfaction.

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