Month: December 2019

2020

The Ultimate Guide to Setting a 2020 Retention Resolution

As we kick off 2020, let's talk about our Retention Resolutions. We’re especially big fans of resolutions with retention in mind because if you’re having a tough time retaining drivers, it sounds like it’s time to resolve some driver concerns. In 2020, we’re challenging the industries we serve to prioritize employee retention in setting their New Years’ Resolution.  Not only will a retention resolution help you build a better company culture, but with the cost-to-replace professional truck…


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Looking Back on a Milestone Year— And Ahead to 2020

Max Farrell, Co-Founder and CEO 2019 was a milestone year for us, for a few different reasons. December serves the opportunity each year to reflect on what the past 12 months have brought WorkHound while looking ahead at what the next year has in store. We added new customers, and that’s always rewarding. It’s been exciting to see companies change their culture because they are listening to the voice of frontline workers— and they’ve really seen remarkable results. Companies have reduced…


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HNI Webinar - Questions: "Why Truck Drivers Quit"

As a member of the De-Risking Network, WorkHound partnered up with HNI to host a webinar titled “Why Truck Drivers Quit” and we received some great follow-up questions. In today’s blog, we’re sharing answers to five questions following the webinar. Read on to get caught up on the answers following last week's session: "Is feedback anonymous?"  Yes! Drivers have the ability to leave feedback without the fear of retaliation. This is important because it gives drivers the confidence to share…


WorkHound Wins "Best in Show" for Rapid-Fire Demo

  https://vimeo.com/375522982 Over 50 of today’s most innovative and disruptive companies in the logistics industry stepped on stage during FreightWaves LIVE Chicago to present live product demos. The challenge was to show off the product through engaging seven-minute presentations — with no PowerPoints allowed. Attendees voted on demos from both the first and second days of the conference, and the following seven companies took home Best in Show trophies. WorkHound was one of 7 innovators…