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Survey: Truck Drivers Voice Pay Concerns During COVID-19
Trucking Group Challenges California Independent Contractor Law

Trucking Group Challenges California Independent Contractor Law

The California Trucking Association and two California-based owner-operators filed a lawsuit challenging the "ABC" employment test mandated by the state's new independent contractor law, which the group says threatens the livelihood of independent truck drivers and is pre-empted by federal law.

November 13, 2019

Feds: No Need to Pay Truck Drivers for Off-Duty Time Spent in Sleeper Berth
If Fleets Want to Retain Drivers, Earn Their Trust
Hub Group Improves Pay for Regional Truck Drivers

Hub Group Improves Pay for Regional Truck Drivers

Hub Group says regional truck drivers can make $75,000 a year under its new pay package for regional drivers, which offers better compensation, benefits, and regular opportunities for increases.

May 7, 2019

Truck Driver Pay and Fuel Prices on the Rise per ATRI Report
New California Law Holds Retailers Liable for Truck Driver Misclassification
Walmart Makes Changes, Ups Spending to Attract Truck Drivers

Walmart Makes Changes, Ups Spending to Attract Truck Drivers

Walmart is looking to add more highly qualified drivers for its private fleet and has announced a new $1,500 bonus for driver referrals as part of a plan that reportedly will double its spending on attracting and retaining drivers.

September 10, 2018

Report: Self-Driving Trucks Could Put Best-Paying Jobs at Risk
Teamsters Leadership Approves UPS Labor Deals

Teamsters Leadership Approves UPS Labor Deals

The Teamsters Union leadership has voted to approve a labor deal with UPS that includes raises and benefit increases for company drivers and reflects the surging demand for delivery services.

August 13, 2018

Kottke Trucking Driver Pay Raise Reflects Market Gains
Survey Finds Fleets Bracing for More Turnover, Higher Wages
Central Oregon Trucking Guarantees Weekly Minimum Driver Pay
Court Enjoins Overtime Rule Change, ATA Applauds Action

Court Enjoins Overtime Rule Change, ATA Applauds Action

A federal judge has halted changes to federal overtime rules that would have taken effect on Dec. 1. Judge Amos Mazzant of the U.S. Court for the Eastern District of Texas issued a preliminary injunction on Nov. 22 in a lawsuit brought by the National Retailer Federation along with Attorneys General of 21 states and over 50 business lobbies.

November 23, 2016

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