Reporting to the President, the Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for assisting employees and managers with respect to several HR functional areas including workforce planning, engagement, learning and development, performance management, employee relations, workplace safety and health and wellness.
Reporting to the Controller, the Billing Clerk will be primarily responsible for the daily processing of Driver Trip Envelopes. The primary responsibilities are creating invoices and approving system-generated payroll entries. This position will provide backup and support to the Junior Accounting Clerk.
Owner Operators are our partners in success! Because no one in business, nor the trucking business, succeeds alone - our success is built on relationships and trust. From owner-operators and drivers to clients, trust is what drives us!
As we gear up for another busy quarter we’ve kept an eye on trucking industry news. Let’s look at some news that caught our eye this month.
Are you looking for an opportunity to use your self-motivated passion and strong communication skills to be the primary face between the Maintenance department and our drivers, owner-operators the dispatch and operations departments? Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Service Advisor role is an entry to mid-level position that plays a key role in the organization and must work closely with all of our internal departments.
We are growing and have opportunities for Canadian-Only Company Drivers. These lanes are Canadian runs that go to Western and Eastern Canada.
We are growing and have opportunities for Canadian-Only Owner-Operators. These lanes are Canadian runs that go from coast to coast. Typical runs last 10 -12 days providing owner-operators with an average of over 10,000 miles per month.
Bye-Bye Stress, Hello Time Management! Find out how You can Achieve a Less Stress-filled Run Ah, stress. This is one emotion that truckers are very familiar with. Stress is just part of the job in trucking, from tight schedules, pressure from shippers and receivers, maintaining safety (for yourself and others) to environmental stressors like traffic, [...]
We extend our thank you to our drivers and owner operators for your hard work, dedication, and sacrifices to get the job done safely. This year has been extra challenging for the trucking industry and have kept store selves stocked through challenging conditions.
Myths that some of us in trucking believe have unfortunate consequences and achieve the exact opposite of what we’d like to happen. Some trucking myths will cost money when we act on unfounded beliefs. Some misconceptions lead to significant safety hazards.