Your drivers are out on the road right now. And while they might be on your team today, they may not be tomorrow.
As they crisscross the U.S., they pass billboards and signs advertising other companies, each with enticing offers to come work for them.
And they might be tempted. That is, of course, unless they’re engaged at work.
Need more proof? Check out these 15 reasons why engaging your drivers matters to your company—and your bottom line.
75% of people voluntarily leaving don’t quit their jobs—they quit their bosses. This just goes to show the importance of the relationship between the driver and the dispatcher.
Giving your drivers feedback—and letting them give you feedback—is an incredibly important way to keep them engaged, motivated and happy.
And a key way of doing that is integrating feedback into your drivers’ regular routine with an online engagement platform like WorkHound.
Download our case study to learn how driver feedback helped one company reduce driver turnover by 16% and save over $580,000.