A long-standing quest for better data on how delays experienced by truck drivers waiting to load and unload affects safety and lost pay will get a reboot, according to Freightwaves. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration released the parameters of a new data collection it hopes will close an information gap preventing regulators from fully […]
Driver Inc. has made an uneven playing field in the trucking industry and is creating unfair and illegal disadvantages. Those using the scheme are siphoning up to $1 billion a year in tax revenues away from vital Canadian services and infrastructure and into the underground economy while circumventing important labour, safety and environmental rules.
Nearly three in four Canadians (73%) support or would accept the federal government taking action to stop Driver Inc. – a growing labour misclassification scheme in the trucking industry, which forces or manipulates employees into filing as independent contractors so that the companies can avoid providing important labour rights and entitlements under the Canada Labour Code.
Thursday May 05, 2022 | Labour/HR/Driver Shortage
Trucking HR Canada (THRC) released a special labour market information report highlighting key labour market considerations for the trucking and logistics industry to drive economic recovery. It provides a THRC analysis and perspective on the ongoing challenges and opportunities within the trucking and logistics sector.
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