Reinvented recruiter

Inflection Poynt is constantly improving and reinventing itself to keep up with the ever-changing labor and social media landscape. Here are some of our original thoughts and ideas to hopefully help others.

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Ryan Hendry

Finding and Engaging the Best Candidates with AI Recruiting Practices

Identifying top talent requires the consideration of many candidate attributes, all of which are reviewed by recruitment organizations and staff when reviewing candidates; this is where AI recruiting can be pivotal in reducing overhead. Everyone can think of characteristics such as experience level, requirements, certifications/licenses, education, and location; however, in

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Mark Mutton

2022 Driver Retention Survey: Data & Insights from Real Employees

Download the Survey Results In recent years, driver retention in trucking has faced unprecedented challenges. In addition to supply chain disruptions and increasing fuel costs, the industry is experiencing a shortage of qualified drivers. This begs the question: “How do you attract and retain drivers while facing a driver shortage?”  The

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Young male driver standing in front of orange semi truck on the phone.
Betty Elrod

The Age of the Lost Trucker and What Companies Can Do

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting supply chain issues that made many goods scarce, a little-known worker, the American truck driver, came to light in the news and media. It turned out that the trucker’s job was intricately linked to the delivery of our must-have goods–from dog food to coffee.

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Mark Mutton

Do Sign-On Bonuses work at Attracting Top CDL Drivers

The US economy has struggled in recent years to retain its workforce. Stress from the COVID-19 pandemic, economic uncertainty, and worker burnout are cited as some of the leading causes of what HR professionals are calling the Great Resignation. The World Economic Forum reported that more than 4.5 million people

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Betty Elrod

17 Ways a Drivers Retention Starts with Sourcing

SOURCING AND HIRING WITH DRIVER RETENTION IN MIND The competition for truck drivers right now is high. The Covid-19 pandemic sparked it. The cut-throat competition has caused a massive driver shortage. Sourcing and hiring drivers with retention in mind is now an important topic. For example, as we speak, we

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Carrie Hall

Critical Aspects of Company Culture in Driver Retention

If you live in a metropolitan area or watch the news, you probably have noticed the demand for drivers is at a fever pitch. They’re needed to deliver crucial goods and services during the pandemic. Companies already offer incentives to drivers to work for them. They need to come up

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Mark Mutton

5 Ways to Create Your Driver Candidate Pipeline

Building your own pipeline of quality Driver candidates is key to successful long-term operation. Driver retention is one of the key challenges facing the transport industry. For instance, statistics indicate that driver turnover costs freight companies an average of $15,728 per driver. Furthermore, the figures indicate that approximately 50% of

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Betty Elrod

Ultimate Guide to Driver Retention – Ideas and Programs

The most challenging aspect of the transportation industry is driver retention at sustainable rates. According to FreightWaves, the average cost of driver turnover is $15,728 per driver, and over 50% of newly hired truck drivers will leave their carriers in the first six months. Add to that, the average ballpark

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