It’s no secret that staffing shortages that most businesses are facing today are extremely challenging. This week’s blog from Jill J. Johnson, Johnson Consulting Services, looks at what you need to do when you can’t find the talent you need to fill your staffing options.
Everyone’s heard of “quiet quitting” by now: it’s the freshly coined phrase to describe the age-old behaviour of not quite leaving one’s job entirely but opting to go above and beyond no longer. This week’s blog from Laurie Guest post explores how to avoid this quiet quitting epidemic plaguing workplaces everywhere.
You may have heard the term #MotherTrucker or have seen it on social media – the hashtag has gone a long way in shedding light on women truck drivers who are defying stereotypes in this male-oriented industry. This blog post takes a look at how Musket Transport has taken great strides to dispel the myth that this is an industry where moms can’t work.
While the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) is fully in favour of moving forward with electronic logging device (ELD) enforcement on January 1, 2023, that doesn’t mean there isn’t significant work that still needs done to ensure the roll out is as smooth and fair as possible. This week’s blog from Private Motor Truck Council of Canada discusses the critical items that need to be addressed before the new year for ELD Enforcement.
25 years ago, Commercial Heavy Equipment Training Ltd. opened its doors as the first truck driving school to be set up for use for any carrier on Ontario. This week’s blog looks at how CHET and Musket joined forces to provide an annual scholarship specifically designed to get women behind the wheel of Canada’s trucking and transportation industry.
The Atlantic Transportation & Logistics Show Rolls into Moncton from October 20-21, 2022! Join the Atlantic Canadian trucking community during Truck Week 2022 at the largest transportation and logistics show East of Montreal! The Atlantic Transportation and Logistics Show rolls into Moncton, New Brunswick this October. Together in partnership with the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association […]
On average, one in five Canadians will experience a mental health problem in any given year. This week’s blog post from the Erb Group of Companies discusses how they joined the Not Myself Today initiative: a solution to help transform mental health at the workplace.
After two years of working from home, fluctuating social distancing policies, and watching new trends in transportation emerge, the annual THRC – Women with Drive Conference was finally able to resume. Today’s blog from The Erb Group of Companies looks at two full tables of employees ready to indulge in learning how to challenge the status quo when driving diversity for women in the workplace.