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  • Miguel Mangalindan
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    How Bill C-86 will change employee termination policies

    April 23, 2019 3:00PM by Miguel Mangalindan

    Modernizing your workforce starts with modernizing your HR approach. In today’s labour market, successful truck fleets and logistics companies know that staying abreast of the issues will help them stay ahead of the competition. Follow Trucking HR Canada’s 10 part

  • Ray Haight
    Blog

    Tackling driver turnover: Part 4

    April 17, 2019 2:13PM by Ray Haight

    An old saying goes, “Sometimes silence speaks louder than words” if your company doesn’t have an effective, robust communication strategy then I would guess that your retention numbers are suffering much by the neglect. Humans are by nature social animals,

  • Andrea Morley
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    Staying healthy on the road as a new driver

    April 17, 2019 11:47AM by Andrea Morley

    I often hear from people new to the industry who are afraid of gaining weight on the road, knowing that it can be difficult to eat well and exercise as a driver. If that’s you, I’m here to help! First,

  • Angela Splinter
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    Modernizing workplace wellness

    April 16, 2019 2:38PM by Angela Splinter

    “Modernizing your workforce starts with modernizing your HR approach.” In today’s labour market, successful truck fleets and logistics companies know that staying abreast of the issues will help them stay ahead of the competition. Follow our “Modernizing Your HR Approach”

  • James Menzies
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    If you have affordable insurance, embrace it

    April 15, 2019 2:36PM by James Menzies

    As a fleet manager or owner-operator, you’ve likely always thought of insurance as a commodity you begrudgingly paid for as a necessary cost of doing business. I know that’s how I feel as a motorist who has never had to

  • Miguel Mangalindan
    Blog

    Are your hours of work policies in line with Bill C-86?

    April 9, 2019 2:38PM by Miguel Mangalindan

    Modernizing your workforce starts with modernizing your HR approach. In today’s labour market, successful truck fleets and logistics companies know that staying abreast of the issues will help them stay ahead of the competition. Follow Trucking HR Canada’s 10 part

  • Ray Haight
    Blog

    Tackling driver turnover: Part 3

    April 8, 2019 10:03AM by Ray Haight

    So far we have talked about setting your retention and recruiting efforts up for success. We have also discussed the platform how we are going to conduct ourselves through this effort and the importance of knowing where you are in

  • Bridget O'Shaughnessy
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    A modern HR approach is a social one

    April 2, 2019 2:37PM by Bridget O'Shaughnessy

    Modernizing your workforce starts with modernizing your HR approach. In today’s labour market, successful truck fleets and logistics companies know that staying abreast of the issues will help them stay ahead of the competition. Follow Trucking HR Canada’s 10 part

  • Miguel Mangalindan
    Blog

    How Bill C-86 affects leaves of absence and vacation pay

    March 26, 2019 1:45PM by Miguel Mangalindan

    Modernizing your workforce starts with modernizing your HR approach. In today’s labour market, successful truck fleets and logistics companies know that staying abreast of the issues will help them stay ahead of the competition. Follow Trucking HR Canada’s 10 part

  • Derek Clouthier
    Blog

    Rest stops increase safety, help attract drivers, and boost economy

    March 25, 2019 8:57AM by Derek Clouthier

    It’s good news that three new truck stops will be constructed in Alberta, potentially four with a privately-funded location along Hwy 2 near Bowden. I’m not sure how these things are budgeted for, but $20 million for three brand new,

  • Ray Haight
    Blog

    Tackling driver turnover: Part 2

    March 19, 2019 3:55PM by Ray Haight

    In part one we talked about the delusion of the industry, we talked about the sales job to the inside the walls personnel, and we talked a little about apathy. The next step if you were to follow the process

  • Andrea Morley
    Blog

    The value of sleep

    March 19, 2019 9:19AM by Andrea Morley

    We’re always told that we need 8 hours of sleep, but that’s easier said than done! Plus, if we’re not getting good quality sleep, it doesn’t matter how long we’re down for, we won’t be properly rested for the next

  • Angela Splinter
    Blog

    Creating a family-first workplace

    March 18, 2019 12:22PM by Angela Splinter

    Modernizing your workforce starts with modernizing your HR approach. In today’s labour market, successful truck fleets and logistics companies know that staying abreast of the issues will help them stay ahead of the competition. Follow our “Modernizing Your HR Approach”

  • Derek Clouthier
    Blog

    Tapping into Canada’s gas and oil resources while we can

    March 18, 2019 10:29AM by Derek Clouthier

    So, there was a truck convoy that drove from Red Deer to Ottawa to show support for Canada’s (or should I say, Alberta’s) oil and gas industry. I’m torn on whether to call the oil and gas industry Canada’s or

  • Angela Splinter
    Blog

    How do you modernize your HR approach? Revisit your HR plan

    March 8, 2019 8:32AM by Angela Splinter

    “Modernizing your workforce starts with modernizing your HR approach.” In today’s labor market, successful truck fleets and logistics companies know that staying abreast of the issues will help them stay ahead of the competition. Follow our “Modernizing Your HR Approach”