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Roadcheck 2017

June 6-8, 2017

Are your drivers prepared for Roadcheck 2017?
Do they have 5 minutes to spare?

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has announced that Cargo Securement will be the focus of the 2017 International Roadcheck.

Stay Metrics is making this complimentary training module available to all carriers and drivers to help them prepare for Roadcheck. Drivers can use this link on any device to refresh their knowledge of Type 1 inspections and cargo securement. The module, also called an e-nugget, takes about 5 minutes to complete and includes a self-test.

Try the Roadcheck 2017 e-nugget – no login required, and no cost. Please feel free to share this link with your colleagues and drivers.

It’s our way of helping to support your safety efforts during Roadcheck 2017.

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Stay Metrics and Luma collaborated on this project and donated the time and talents of their professional staff to create and distribute this module to the transportation industry free-of charge.

In the News

  • Aiming for retention: keeping drivers engaged

    from Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ) on May 22, 2017

    As would be expected, driver recruiting and retention strategies are often built on three pillars: home time, respect and pay…Driver surveys are another tool fleets use to improve retention. Taking a survey may not be inherently satisfying, but the opportunity to provide feedback can be a rewarding experience for drivers if they know management sincerely […]

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  • Carriers take note: Men and women drivers quit for very different reasons

    from Fleet Owner on May 4, 2017

    Men leave their carriers mostly because of a lack of home time. Women leave because they don’t feel comfortable in their rigs or believe their equipment may break down….In a recently-released annual survey study about driver turnover, men and women drivers showed many diverse reasons for leaving their companies although they shared some of the […]

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Recent Posts

  • The importance of recognition for drivers (and, really, for all of us)

    Starting in the early 1990s, Gallup and other research firms began reporting a new top reason why people leave their jobs. It wasn’t for the pay but for the lack of recognition. During this time I was a young manager in my early 30s. While attending a conference one day I heard a retired Army […]

  • Predictive analytics and driver turnover: A tool to improve retention

    Predictive analytics are among us. Data of all kinds is being run through computer models that apply advanced statistics and algorithms to identify significant, and repeatable, patterns. In finance, healthcare, insurance, trucking and many other industries, predictive analytics is used by businesses to solve difficult challenges. On a more personal level, it is helping people […]

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Upcoming Events

  • Workforce Builders Conference - Speakers, Sponsors & Exhibitors

    June 12, 2017
    Kansas City, MO, USA
  • ATA-MCE Annual Conference - Exhibiting Booth #820

    October 21, 2017
    Orlando, FL, USA
  • Women in Trucking Annual Conference - Exhibiting

    November 6, 2017
    Kansas City, MO, USA
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People are talking & We like what They’re saying
Stay Metrics has helped us on two levels ; their Drive for Gold program has incentivized desired
 driver behaviors by allowing the driver to redeem points for quality merchandise. Second , they 
have provided us much needed statistical information which allows us to manage our driver 
relationships. The results of the surveys validated some things we already thought to be reality 
but we also discovered some eye opening things that really surprised us. It’s all about information 
and Stay Metrics provides just that. Jim Wood President of Maverick Express
Tim’s experience as a former dispatcher and driver on the front lines and as a successful entrepreneur was obvious. His presentation of Stay Metrics data-driven insights and real-world solutions was grounded in the challenges our carriers face and tied to directly and measurably improving recruiting and retention strategies. I believe all attendees came away with a renewed commitment to successful recruitment and retention programs. Success is not only in the details, it’s in the correct details—those discovered in meaningful, actionable data and driven by metrics. Sarah Sheets Arkansas Trucking Association
The Drive for Gold program has brought continued focus to our existing safety and driver appreciation programs. Although, we are early in the program, we are seeing very positive signs of driver participation and engagement (both in registrations and rewards redemptions). We feel the program offers a very fair and transparent opportunity to our most valued assets, our drivers, and we look forward to continued engagement. The support offered by Stay Metrics for the onboarding process has been critical and they continue to show their flexibility to go above and beyond the customer’s expectation to meet their needs and also embrace product improvements. Scott Schell President of P&S Transportation
Our experience to date has been GREAT! We have seen an increase in our retention numbers in a very short period of time. Now we already had pretty good numbers and this is one more tool in the toolbox, but it is one I do not think I would do with out. The support staff has been really good to work with and the amount of work for us as a company has not been substantial. John Elliott CEO of Load One
1. EXIT INTERVIEWS! This is the numero uno deal I value. We couldn't get a driver to do a single one on our own but the one you are doing for us has provided what I believe to be a 50% engagement. That exit information is SO valuable to drive culture.2. DISPATCHER CULTURE: I was very surprised at who I thought would have negative/positive info relayed. It completely shocked me. We spend a lot of time training dispatchers on how to 'talk' to people. It surprised me as to whom was reported as effective or abrasive/unyielding.3. METRICS - I think I said it last week to you, but for what I'm spending on you, which is about the cost to hire one driver a month, I get more information on the metrics and goings on in WDT than I would in an entire department generating info. For example for the exit interview, a third party is BETTER to utilize than your own folk. Dave Shelton Western Dairy Transport, LLC
We have had Tim speak at our Annual Risk Management Conference two years in a row. We don’t put vendors in front of our insured’s unless we believe it’s a “game changer” and I believe Stay Metrics is a “game changer.” Tim, through his company, Stay Metrics, has a data-driven presentation that should be of interest to anyone in the trucking industry. The key to effective risk management is having the proper information from which to base sound decision making. I know all those in attendance at our conference came away from Tim’s energetic presentation with very valuable insights. Jeff Davis Motor Transport Underwriters

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