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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Stay Metrics announces driver onboarding platform

published on September 13, 2017

“An effective orientation and onboarding program has far-reaching effects on driver safety, compliance, customer service, retention and many other critical areas,” said Tim Hindes, co-founder and chief executive officer of Stay Metrics.

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Supply Chain Digest

Supply Chain News: Yes, a Real US Truck Driver Shortage Might Really be Looming in a Few years – if Autonomous Trucks Don’t Get Here First

published on September 6, 2017

…And some experts say it really is the lifestyle more than the pay that causes drivers to leave the industry. “If you ask executives what is causing people to quit, seven out of eight believe it’s pay,” Timothy Judge, director of research at driver-retention consultant Stay Metrics recently told Bloomberg. “For employees, one out of […]

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Transport Topics

Hirschbach Motor Lines to Use Driver Match from Stay Metrics

published on September 5, 2017

After the recent launch of its Driver Match application, Stay Metrics has announced that Hirschbach Motor Lines will be using the technology to assign drivers to driver managers.

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Trucking Industry News

Hirschbach Motor Lines to Use Technology To Match Drivers With Managers

published on August 29, 2017

As the integration of technology finds a more stable presence within the trucking industry, some parties in commercial transportation are using advanced algorithms to pair drivers to driver managers. Hirschbach Motor Lines will be using a program to pair their drivers with the optimal match for a driver manager using programs provided by human resources […]

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Hirschbach Motor Lines plans to scientifically match drivers with managers

published on August 29, 2017

Following the recent launch of its pioneering Driver Match application, Stay Metrics announces that Hirschbach Motor Lines will be using the technology to optimally assign drivers to driver managers.

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Bloomberg Technology

‘Smokey and the Bandit’ Charm Fades as Truck Driver Hiring Lags

published on August 17, 2017

Timothy Judge, director of research at driver-retention consultant Stay Metrics, called such payouts “an act of desperation” and a poor long-term strategy. “What are you communicating to the drivers? That it’s all about the short-term,” he said.

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Stay Metrics completes 100k driver surveys with online retention platform

published on August 17, 2017

Stay Metrics announces the collection of its 100,000th driver survey as a significant milestone in the trucking industry. Founded in 2012, Stay Metrics provides an evidence-based driver engagement, research and analytics platform that enables motor carriers to retain more of their best drivers.

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Predictive analytics, part 3: the warning signs for driver turnover

published on August 11, 2017

Research from Stay Metrics shows that 33 percent of new driver hires will leave their carriers within 90 days and an additional 22 percent will quit within 180 days. Stay Metrics administers driver surveys for motor carriers at the 7 and 45-day periods of employment to gather feedback on early job expectations, experiences, and satisfaction […]

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Inside Indiana Business

Stay Metrics Tapping Top Minds For Advisory Board

published on August 4, 2017

Stay Metrics, a trucking industry analytics firm based at Notre Dame’s Innovation Park in South Bend, has launched a Scientific Advisory Board. The company says the group is made up of some of the world’s top researchers in areas including employee retention, employee behavior and behavioral analytics.

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Inside Indiana Business

Collaboration Claims Ability to Predict Employee ‘Fit’

published on June 27, 2017

A South Bend-based trucking industry technology company has announced a collaboration with a Belgian HR firm. Stay Metrics says its partnership with Twegos involves an online application the companies say can accurately predict if a driver will be a good fit with an organization, team or colleague.

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