Driver Turnover Continues at Elevated Levels, ATA Says

Transport Topics
January 28, 2015

Driver turnover remained at elevated levels for truckload fleets of all sizes, inching up one percentage point to 97% at larger carriers and remaining at 94% at smaller fleets, American Trucking Associations reported.

The numbers compared to the second quarter of last year showed sequential stability in both the truckload fleets with revenue of more than $30 million and those with revenue below that benchmark.

Click here to read more at Transport Topics.


Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.
Get Advice Join TDU Donate

Recent News

The Voting Procedure on the UPS Contract Explained

The balloting materials are tentatively scheduled to be mailed to all UPS Teamsters the second or third week of September. We will update this with a definite date when info becomes available. The count will be in October.

Teamster Sues UPS in Federal Court to Defend Right to Speak Out

Teamster Carl Gregory filed suit in Atlanta federal district court today to defend his right to pass out palm cards to fellow Teamsters with his picture in uniform.  UPS thought they could scare Carl in giving up his rights, but they were wrong.

View More News Posts