Trucking

How WorkHound Serves Your Industry

WorkHound works with leaders in the trucking industry that are experiencing challenges communicating with their frontline. When an open door isn’t possible, these companies have used daily driver feedback to address uncertainty and improve their retention by 30%.

WorkHound gathers real-time communications from more than 30,000 drivers across the country. In the past year, our customers have retained more than 8,000 drivers by being proactive.

Continuous driver feedback helps you simplify communication, address uncertainty, and retain your workforce.

We’re past the point of assumptions. You’re ready to take action to improve your drivers’ day-to-day, and it’s time to ask where to start.

We’re here to help.

How It Works

  • Your drivers will receive a text message on their mobile phone weekly where they can provide feedback in less than 90 seconds – no app downloading required!
  • You will see all feedback in real-time with data-driven insights to address urgent issues and identify trends to improve operations
  • WorkHound will get you up-and-running in one week, and will work as your partner to ensure progress.

Success Stories

Impactful, company-wide changes for 30k+ drivers

8k+ retention opportunities in 2019

Case Studies

Customer Stories

high-quality drivers

How to Retain High-Quality Drivers

As part of a massive company-wide culture overhaul, Roadrunner Freight began prioritizing retaining high-quality drivers by asking for anonymous feedback since April 2019. Adopting the mantra within their new tagline, “SHIP IT LIKE YOU OWN IT,” has led to increased service and quality to customers.

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driver feedback

Webinar Q&A: The Latest Priorities in Driver Feedback

WorkHound’s CEO, Max Farrell, hosted Nick Wakefield, VP of Human Resources, Driver Recruiting & Retention, and Charles Stallings, Jr., aka the Turntable Trucker, who Farrell rode alongside in his truck cab from Des Moines, Iowa to LA in 2015.  We’re sharing the questions and answers from real viewers of last week’s live discussion. 

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technology

How Technology is Helping Carriers Navigate Change

Everything is changing. As the world is different now than it was two months ago, WorkHound and the carriers we work with are looking ahead to understand how the trucking industry will continue to change.

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Trucking Resources

is there a truck driver shortage

Is There a Truck Driver Shortage?

If you are in the trucking industry, you’ve probably heard about the driver shortage. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 65,000 fewer truckers were available for hire in 2020 than in 2019. The number of truck drivers only increased three percent the year before.

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pandemic trucking industry

Driving Change: The Pandemic’s Effects on the Trucking Industry

As we all reflect on the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on the trucking industry are in-focus at WorkHound. While many of the effects were challenging, some of the pandemic’s effects on the trucking industry have been positive — and that’s especially true for communication. During 2020 and the first part of 2021, the trucking industry has taken significant strides forward in several areas with a direct impact on drivers. With an eye on keeping drivers safe, companies within the trucking industry have sped up the implementation of processes, programs, and technologies that improve the driver experience, both for now and in the future. 

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TransLand

Heroes of the Hound: TransLand – David McCormack

In the past year, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the trucking industry has seen tremendous challenges — and shown incredible resiliency as the world has learned that drivers are essential. David McCormack, Director of Operations at TransLand, recently sat down virtually with our WorkHound team to provide some perspective about the importance of meaningful feedback.

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