The trucking industry has been grappling with a shortage of workers over many years. Right now unemployment is low, many millennials remain uninterested in trades and heavy-duty diesel trucks are viewed as significant contributors climate change. These are trends we need help to address.
National Trucking Week is in the first week of September. We should do more to offer thanks for the 400,000-plus Canadians who work in trucking.
MARKHAM, ON – Fleets are celebrating National Trucking Week with everything from barbecues to giveaways, but CarriersEdge says that those who show appreciation throughout the year will improve driver recruiting and retention.
LANGLEY, BC — National Trucking Week began today, meant as a time to appreciate the role of trucking in Canadian life, and particularly to applaud the skill and professionalism of its drivers.
OTTAWA — As National Trucking Week kicked off Sept. 7, the Prime Minister issued a letter congratulating the industry for its contribution to the nation’s economy.
OTTAWA — Each year a spotlight is cast on the men and women that keep this country moving, and this year the spotlight of National Trucking Week will be Sept. 6 – 13.