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  • Capital Gear adds new rep

    July 23, 2019 7:38AM by Truck News

    EDMONTON, Alta. – Capital Gear has hired Darcy Arbuthnot to fill a newly created position as account manager, Prairies and Northern Ontario. Arbuthnot has more than 23 years of aftermarket experience, the company says. His experience ranges from being a

  • Inaugural Recruitment & Resources Expo rolls out on Sept. 15

    July 5, 2018 9:19AM by Truck News

    MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Newcom Media will be hosting a series of recruitment & resources expos to address the industry’s significant workforce shortage. The inaugural edition will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ont. In 2019,

  • Trucking HR Canada report helps industry attract Millennials

    October 11, 2017 10:19AM by Truck News

    OTTAWA, Ont. – With only 15% of today’s truck drivers under the age of 35 and half of industry employers lacking a plan to attract younger employees, Trucking HR Canada is looking to help. Releasing its report Millennials Have Drive

  • Product Human Resources

    TMW integrates TruckRight recruitment tool

    March 27, 2017 8:18AM by Truck News

    CLEVELAND, Ohio – TMW Systems has integrated TruckRight’s driver recruitment tool into its TMW.Suite platform, the company announced. Through the integration, driver data created or modified within the TruckRight portal is automatically pushed to a driver profile within the TMW.Suite

  • How to hire top quality candidates—some emerging trends

    October 16, 2014 2:00PM by Julia Kuzeljevich

    MISSISSAUGA, Ont.–What are the emerging trends in hiring top quality transportation management talent? Ross Reimer, president, Reimer Associates, Inc. devoted an entire session to these during Wednesday’s 2014 Surface Transportation Summit at the Mississauga Convention Centre. Reimer said the best

  • TRUCKING MAY HAVE TO DOUBLE HIRING ACTIVITY BY 2018

    June 24, 2014 1:24PM by James Menzies

    Industry forecaster FTR held an eye-opening Webinar recently, to discuss the effect regulatory drag is having on trucking industry productivity. Between the 1930s and mid-90s, trucking regulations actually increased productivity by 150%. Now, they’re having the opposite effect. FTR is