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There are many ways to reduce serious injuries or even fatalities by supporting comprehensive, system-wide, multimodal, data-driven, and proactive operations and procedures. This panel discussion will feature executives who have specific experience and subject matter expertise in how to minimize risks in your overall operations.
Join this panel of health experts who specialize in the transportation industry to learn how connecting the vision and value of health and well-being with the people, practices, and atmosphere of the workplace culture helped a company successfully impact driver DOT physicals, retention, safety, and health.
Professional drivers who are part of the WIT Image Team will share their experiences and give practical advice on how employers and their drivers can effectively establish and maintain key relationships to keep drivers productive, happy and engaged.
Companies with for-hire or private fleets will be in serious peril unless they refine their driver recruiting strategies that work in a highly competitive environment. That’s why it’s important to put a personal touch on recruiting into what has become a more impersonal process.
Published every year, the WIT Index is the official industry barometer to benchmark and measure each year the percentage of women who make up critical roles in transportation. Find out where our industry stands on the gender diversity front.
Driving can be fundamentally one of the most dangerous tasks we do. Learn what can cause stress behind the wheel and risky driving behaviors, including how employers can incorporate policies, training and resources into their transportation safety program to address stress, attitudes and behaviors that put employees at risk behind the wheel.
From understanding your audience and creating the right messaging and content to leveraging the right channels in the right ways, this dynamic session will cover best practices, tips, and concrete strategies that both individuals and companies as employers can utilize and implement in their career journeys and their recruiting and retention programs.
With all of the uncontrollable circumstances in our industry, you can take responsibility for one factor: your truck. The last thing you need is for your truck to be out of service, damaged, or in dire need of repair. Professional drivers, fleet managers, and operations professionals should attend this session to understand the ins and outs of truck maintenance.
Whether you’re at home or in the office, a busy CEO or a rank-and-file employee making things happen in a remote environment, attend this session to discover ideas and success stories on how to do more with your day in a stress-free way.
In this session, we'll talk about putting the driver's voice at the center of content to impact marketing, and how a great marketing strategy can even resonate throughout a company into recruiting, product development, and more.
Research has proven we are better able to do our jobs and take care of others if we take care of ourselves. Hear first-hand accounts from several female leaders who made commitments to their health and wellness, while navigating and setting boundaries at work and home.
Hear from trucking industry leaders and drivers themselves as they provide answers and perspectives involving the following questions: What challenges do female drivers face when parking that may be different from men? What tips/tricks have female drivers tried to find safe, accessible parking? What solutions exist when it comes to parking for female drivers?