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Improve Hours-of-Service Results With ETHOS

Complying with the Hours-of-Service (HOS) regulations can be challenging for drivers and motor carriers. With the implementation of electronic ...

Annual CVSA Roadcheck Set for May 4-6, 2021

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has set May 4-6 as the dates for this year’s International Roadcheck. Over that 72-hour period, ...

The Financial Impact of Distracted Driving

Distractions are a high-risk exposure that motor carriers cannot overlook. Incidents like a distracted employee slipping in the shop or losing focus ...

Why Training Fails...And How You Can Fix It

Training is essential to helping any organization meet its business objectives. In fact, the number one requirement of any training effort is that it ...

Create A Workplace That Learns From Mistakes

Mistakes happen. As frustrating as that may sound, mistakes are inevitable because humans are imperfect beings. In fact, most crashes and injuries ...

What If Culture Is Not Your Problem?

When a motor carrier starts seeing a trend in vehicle crashes, employee injuries, or even turnover, it is easy to look at the company’s culture as ...

Leaders Do Not Have All The Answers

Contributed by John Graci, Graci Leadership Solutions, LLC Being a leader means many things, but it does not mean that you must always be the ...

Generational Leadership For A Diverse Workforce

Motor carriers are not strangers to the challenges of leading a multi-generational workforce. Each group of workers have its own unique set of ...

Post-Pandemic Planning

At the time of this writing, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is still with us. Stay-at-home orders are in place or are gradually being lifted, ...

Do Employees Understand Your Business Acumen?

Business acumen is an in-depth understanding of how a company operates, what drives its business decisions, how it generates revenue, and how it is ...
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