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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CDL Drivers
Mark Mutton

Essential Skills Every Recruiter Needs in the Environmental Service Job Market

Recruiting in the environmental services industry can be a challenging career. Endless evolving trends, ghosting candidates, and understanding all parts of the environmental service job market can become complicated and overwhelming. Worry no longer. Acquiring simple yet effective skills can ease your workload as a recruiter and help you succeed

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CDL Drivers
Mark Mutton

How Talent Drives Solutions to the Top Challenges in the Transportation Industry

Navigating the transportation sector’s evolving landscape is no small feat. As a vital artery of the global economy, this industry presents unique challenges. So, what are the major concerns troubling transportation firms today? And how can talent acquisition and retention strategies provide the much-needed solution? Inflection Poynt, a trailblazer in

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CDL Drivers
Ryan Hendry

Leveraging Market Knowledge to Retain Top-Quality CDL Drivers

In today’s highly competitive job market, staying ahead is crucial, especially when attracting and retaining top-quality CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) drivers. You must know what your competition pays to ensure your company’s success. By understanding industry norms and compensation benchmarks, you can position yourself strategically and offer attractive compensation packages

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CDL Drivers
Mark Mutton

CDL Driver Retention: The Importance of Education and Training

In 2023, the retention of CDL drivers continues to be a significant challenge for many companies in the transportation industry. With high turnover rates and a shortage of experienced drivers, companies recognize the importance of investing in education and training programs to leverage driver retention. Recruiting and retaining qualified truck

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CDL Drivers
Mark Mutton

How Pay Affects the Hiring of CDL Drivers

In the waste industry, attracting and retaining top CDL driver talent is crucial for companies to maintain efficient and reliable waste management operations. However, one of the key factors influencing the decision-making process for skilled drivers is the level of pay they can expect. In this blog post, we will

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CDL Drivers
Mark Mutton

The Earning Potential of a CDL Driver: What You Need to Know

One of today’s most sought-after professions is the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)driver. With the number of truck drivers rising, CDL drivers enjoy the increased demandfor their skills. But what is the long-term earning potential of a CDL driver? In a recentstudy by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the pay

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CDL Drivers
Mark Mutton

How to Retain CDL Drivers in the Waste Industry

Trash truck drivers are essential members of the waste management team, ensuring the safe, timely, and efficient collection of municipal waste. As the population continues to grow and the amount of waste produced increases, it is essential for cities to retain their trash truck drivers to ensure the waste management

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CDL Drivers
Nathan Davis

Outlook for Waste Industry’s Labor Force in 2023

2023 is already off and running and while many economic indicators have shown some resilience, we’re certainly not out of the woods yet when it comes to the global recession. The waste industry has faced an interesting mix of headwinds and tailwinds in this regard, with an estimated 480,500 people

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