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Driver Turnover and What Motor Carriers Can Do to Retain Drivers

Most commercial truck drivers usually make their decisions to quit a motor carrier and move on in the first six months of employment. A recent study by DriverIQ determined that almost 90% of drivers decide to stay or quit in the first six months and 71% of drivers were with the company less than one year. Why do drivers quit and move on to another carrier, when many carriers seem to offer similar benefits and utilize the same hiring strategies? Let us look at the top reasons drivers are likely to quit after only a few months of employment.

Recruiting Commercial Truck Drivers and strategies to retain them

If you have been in the trucking industry any length of time you have heard of the industry’s need for qualified drivers. Recruiting drivers is an ever-evolving landscape and it is important that motor carriers can adapt and make changes when needed. The shortage of qualified drivers requires recruiting managers to be creative, honest, and really understand the drivers needs and expectations. Drivers are not all the same. Drivers may share similar needs, but their needs are often in a different pecking order in terms of significance.

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