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California Appeals Court Says ABC Test Not Pre-Empted by Federal Law
How Trucking Fleets Can Find Success by Building a Diverse Workforce

How Trucking Fleets Can Find Success by Building a Diverse Workforce

Whether you’re talking about race or ethnicity, gender or sexual identification, religion or age, having a diverse workforce is not only the right and moral thing to do, it’s also good business. A recent panel discussion explored how trucking fleets can foster diversity and inclusion.

November 12, 2020

How U.S. Xpress is Using Artificial Intelligence to Recruit Drivers
Could Prop 22 Help Solve the Worker Misclassification Problem?

Could Prop 22 Help Solve the Worker Misclassification Problem?

California voters approved Proposition 22, agreeing with the gig economy companies that the state’s strict ABC test set forth in last year’s controversial AB5 law should not apply to drivers such as those for Uber and Lyft. What does this mean for trucking?

November 4, 2020

New Hours of Service Rules Take Effect Sept. 29
Proposed Federal Rule Would Define Employee vs. Independent Contractor
How Trucking Fleets are Running Lean to Survive COVID
Critic Says HHS Hair-Testing Rule Development 'Fatally Flawed'
3 Fleets on the Benefits of Hair-Testing for Drugs

3 Fleets on the Benefits of Hair-Testing for Drugs

Trucking fleets that have implemented hair testing for illegal drugs in addition to the DOT-mandated urine testing for commercial drivers say not only is it the right thing to do, but it also offers benefits that fleets might not think about.

July 29, 2020

Fighting Racism, Promoting Inclusion Starts with Listening [Commentary]
Hours of Service Timeline: The Long, Convoluted History of Truck Driver Rules
Hair Testing Could Take Nearly 300,000 Truck Drivers Off the Road
3 Ways COVID-19 May Change the Trucking Industry in the Long Haul

3 Ways COVID-19 May Change the Trucking Industry in the Long Haul

The past few months of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic mean some changes – possibly for the better – will remain in trucking long after the virus is no longer viewed as a threat. HDT Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge shares takeaways from a recent webinar.

June 12, 2020

Marijuana Use Top Finding in First Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse Report
George Floyd Protests Put Truckers in Dangerous Situations