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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Liquid Trucking case study explains 44 percent decrease in driver turnover

published on January 8, 2019

Stay Metrics, a provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention products and services, has published a new case study on its partnership with Liquid Trucking Companies and its breakthrough results in driver retention. […] Management identified a communications gap with drivers and decided to partner with Stay Metrics to implement Driver Satisfaction Surveys. […]

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Bulk Transporter

Liquid Trucking improves driver retention with Stay Metrics

published on January 8, 2019

Stay Metrics says its driver retention expertise helped Liquid Trucking Companies, which operates a fleet that includes 280 tank trailers equipped for agricultural, food-grade and hazmat transport, improve its driver turnover rate. Stay Metrics provides evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training and retention solutions for the transportation industry. […]

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Case study explains how Load One reduced driver turnover by 50 percent

published on December 3, 2018

[…] The data-driven surveys led Load One to make numerous changes that ultimately resulted in a decrease of early-stage (first 90 days) turnover from 51.3 percent to 39.4 percent in the first year of the program. “In many instances, the reasons why drivers leave are based on simple misunderstandings,” Elliott said. “Our experiences show that […]

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Heavy Vehicles

Want happy drivers? Employ women

published on November 14, 2018

[…] U.S. based transport industry analysts, Stay Metrics, has found female truck drivers are more often more satisfied in their jobs than male counterparts. They’re not as bored either, and they are also more likely to feel fairly compensated and satisfied with their home time. And women truck drivers are also a lot more likely […]

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Transportation Nation Network

New Study Finds Women Are Happier In Their Driving Career Than Men, But Let’s Be Careful Here

published on November 14, 2018

Are women happier with their trucking careers than their male counterparts? A new study by Stay Metrics, a provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions for the transportation industry, says “yes.” It’s no secret trucking companies have been wrestling with the lack of availability of willing CDL holders to transport their freight. It’s […]

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Refrigerated & Frozen Foods

Research shows lower turnover rate with women drivers

published on November 13, 2018

Female drivers tend to be more satisfied in most areas with their carriers, the study says. Stay Metrics, South Bend, Ind., published a new research paper that attributes critical areas of driver job satisfaction and turnover intent to gender. This report, “When it Comes to Driver Satisfaction and Turnover Intent, Is There a Gender Difference?”, […]

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The Trucker

Stay Metrics Study Attributes Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intent to Gender

published on November 13, 2018

[…] For the second straight year, motor carriers have ranked the shortage of qualified drivers as their top concern in the American Transportation Research Institute’s annual Top Industry Issues report. Driver retention is at No. 3. Stay Metrics assesses driver opinions and satisfaction levels on a wide range of areas that correlate with driver retention. […]

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Stay Metrics research: women drivers less likely to leave their carriers

published on November 13, 2018

[…] Using its research database, Stay Metrics analyzed responses from nearly 16,000 drivers who completed the survey from January 1, 2017, to July 31, 2018. The study found these key differences between male and female drivers’ responses: Job Satisfaction. Female drivers tend to be more satisfied in most areas with their carriers. Women feel less […]

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Heavy Duty Trucking (HDT)

Women Truck Drivers Happier Behind the Wheel: Study

published on November 13, 2018

[…] The study found these key differences between male and female drivers’ responses: Job Satisfaction. Female drivers tend to be more satisfied in most areas with their carriers. Women feel less bored by their work. They also feel more fairly compensated and satisfied with their home time. Pre-Turnover Thoughts. Female drivers score significantly higher in the area […]

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Stay Metrics promotes 5 women to new leadership roles

published on November 1, 2018

Stay Metrics, a provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions for the transportation industry, has promoted five women employees to new leadership roles. Since its founding in 2012, Stay Metrics says it has been a strong proponent of advancing professional women in the trucking industry at all levels. […]

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