Your company's success depends on having the best team of drivers in your fleet. But how do you recruit and hire top talent and then retain and motivate them? And, how do you do all this with an impending commercial driver shortage and a vast percent of the current workforce retiring in the next decade? The task of attracting, retaining, and engaging new drivers may seem daunting, but it is not insurmountable. This asset provides you with practical steps to help tackle the challenge ahead.
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