How Stress Is Impacting Your Performance at Work

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Workplace stress can be an obvious burden or a silent sabotage, starting slowly until suddenly you’re overwhelmed. Many dismiss it by saying it’s no big deal or things will get better when x, y, or z happens. In the meantime, conditions can continue to get worse, meaning your performance may be slipping as well.  … Read more »

3 Ways to Stay Motivated as a Truck Driver During the Summer Months

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After a long, cold winter, summer is a welcome treat with its sunny skies and blazing temperatures. For truck drivers, this brings an element of relief because the threat of ice and snow is gone. Even though other hazards exist, such as severe storms and construction, the pros of summer outweigh the cons.   While… Read more »

5 Tips to Help Truck Drivers Tackle Heavy Traffic

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One of the greatest joys for a truck driver comes from cruising down the open road. You can pass the hours enjoying the drive and the scenery with only minimal traffic to deal with. Unfortunately, this bliss is often disrupted by heavy traffic.   Encountering traffic can immediately increase your stress level as a driver… Read more »

How Often Should You Clean Your Truck?

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As a truck driver, your career is spent in your vehicle. All those miles on the road can lead to wear and tear on your truck, not to mention what can happen inside when the cab becomes your home. While there will be times you can’t clean your truck, you should try to develop a… Read more »

3 Tips For Handling Negativity in the Workplace

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Negativity is a life-draining force that can turn even the best job into a total nightmare. You think you’ve found your dream position; then you realize the company culture is toxic due to the abundant lack of positivity. Over time, working in this kind of environment can stall your productivity and make you miserable.  … Read more »

Here’s How a Truck Driving Recruiting Agency Can Find You a New Job!

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Staffing agencies aren’t just limited to office work anymore. As a truck driver, you can use a recruiter to find the perfect job faster than searching on your own. Instead of looking for work as an independent driver or being employed by a company, you can work with a truck driving recruiting agency for new… Read more »

The Ultimate Checklist for Before You Hit the Road

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Being prepared is the key for a successful trip. Following a checklist will help you prepare to hit the road and ensure you don’t forget anything crucial for the drive, like soap or underwear. Sure, these items can be purchased along the way, but it’s better to remember than spend the money to replace.  … Read more »

Feeling Burnt-Out From Work? Here Are 3 Tips to Help You Recuperate!

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There’s no feeling quite like starting a new job and finding you absolutely love what you do. Every morning you wake up ready to face the day. You believe you’re making a difference and attack each day with a renewed sense of enthusiasm. Until you don’t anymore.   Burnout takes the joy you feel at… Read more »

Why Truck Drivers Need to Schedule Routine Eye Check Ups

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Most of us know the struggle of hearing the words “Read the last row” and even worse “Which is better, one or two?” Like it or not, going to the eye doctor is an essential part of life because eyesight plays an important role in our lives. Every industry could argue the necessity of ensuring… Read more »

Looking For a New Job? Here’s Why a Temporary Job Might Be the Right Option For You!

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In the past, the idea of being a ‘temp’ carried a negative connotation. It was viewed as a last resort when there was nothing else, and your schedule could change every day. Before it was a title of defeat, but since the recession ended in 2009, around 20 percent of all new jobs are considered… Read more »