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Freight Waves

A new driver hire’s view of the recruiter sticks around well past day one: study

published on July 16, 2018

[…] (Tim) Hindes (Stay Metrics’ CEO) said it is clear from the interviews that Stay Metrics conducts with drivers that if the new hire encounters working conditions that are different than what the recruiter discussed during the hiring process, that is sure to create dissatisfaction.[…]  “They remember what they were told when they signed up,” […]

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Transport Topics

Stay Metrics Analysis Finds New Drivers Spur Higher Turnover Rates

published on July 16, 2018

More than 70% of driver turnover occurs in the first year of employment, and 36% of drivers leave a firm within their first three months on the job, according to an analysis from Stay Metrics, the South Bend, Ind.-based driver turnover and retention consultant to carriers.[…]

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Virtual Strategy Magazine

Stay Metrics Announces New Research on Early Driver Turnover

published on July 12, 2018

Stay Metrics, the leading provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions for the transportation industry, announces a research report on the causes and solutions of early driver turnover.[…]“We are pleased to continue offering the latest scientific research to help motor carriers fine-tune their strategies to retain more of their best drivers,” said Tim […]

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

New Stay Metrics research sheds light on causes of early driver turnover

published on July 12, 2018

[…]Stay Metrics has worked with more than 100 trucking companies to solve human resource issues and collected data from over 62,000 drivers. Ongoing research by the company shows more than 70 percent of driver turnover occurs within the first year of employment with 35 percent happening in the first three months.[…] Stay Metrics administers surveys for […]

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Refrigerated & Frozen Foods

Research details driver turnover rates

published on July 12, 2018

[…]Stay Metrics worked with more than 100 trucking companies and collected data from over 62,000 drivers. The white paper, “Is Early Turnover Damaging the Business? How and What Can We Do to Stop It?” shows more than 70% of driver turnover occurs within the first year of employment, with 35% of it happening in the first three […]

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Heavy Vehicle

Report reveals why truck drivers quit new jobs

published on July 12, 2018

[…]About 70% of driver turnover in the U.S. occurs in the first 12 months of employment, however half of those drivers pull the pin within the first three months. Why are they leaving so quickly? Stay Metrics found dissatisfaction with their recruiter was the top reason, followed by issues with their dispatcher. The report speculates […]

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HDT Trucking Info

Bad Experiences with Recruiters, Dispatchers May Lead to Early Turnover

published on July 12, 2018

With turnover at large truckload fleets at an all-time high, Stay Metrics’ latest report on driver turnover shows that a substantial portion of drivers who leave fleets do so within the first 90 days – and for reasons that may preventable. Stay Metrics’ report looked at over 62,000 drivers from 100 different trucking companies and found that while […]

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Stay Metrics CEO shares top driver recruiting, retention strategies at TCA event CCJ Staff | June 28, 2018

published on June 28, 2018

[…]Ongoing research by Stay Metrics shows the most effective strategy for driver retention is to have consistent, intentional, aligned and truthful communications during the recruiting and socialization process. Conducting driver surveys at critical time periods can determine where driver expectations are mismatched with the realities of the job, (Tim Hindes, CEO, Stay Metrics) explained. […]

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Trucking Industry.News

Stay Metrics Shares Top Strategies to Retain Drivers At TPP Seminar

published on June 28, 2018

Earlier this week, CEO of truck driver engagement platform, Stay Metrics, Tim Hindes reportedly shared nine data-driven strategies for recruiting and retention within the transportation industry to those in attendance of the Truckload Profitability Program in Chicago.

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Stay Metrics, Luma create online DRIVE SAFE Always training for drivers, contractors

published on June 12, 2018

Stay Metrics, a provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions for the transportation industry, announces an extension of the DRIVE SAFE training platform.[…]Stay Metrics is partnered with Luma, an instructional design and learning company, to develop the DRIVE SAFE collection of engaging and rewarding training content.

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