JOBehaviors, Inc. Press Articles

Recruit & Retain: Bestway Express: Finders keepers
Article from Commercial Carrier Journal

When Curt Singleton, director of safety and human reslources for Bestway Express, joined the Vincennes, Ind.-based fleet 2½ years ago, the company was experiencing more than 90 percent driver turnover - a statistic in line with a recent American Trucking Associations survey. After researching solutions, Singleton determined the JOBehaviors compatibility assessment test would help select top-performing drivers upfront rather than go through the expensive weeding-out procedures later in the process. Singleton says the results exceeded expectations and resulted in lower turnover and more targeted recruiting. » Read More

Culling Turnover: Pre-employment assessment test helps Bestway Express find and keep the right driver
Resource Article from http://www.TheDrivingTimes.com

For many fleets, the cost of driver turnover is a cost of doing business. But for those in the know, staying ahead of the curve - and competition - by lowering driver turnover rates means a healthier bottom line and increased profits.

"Absolutely", agrees Curt Singleton, director of safety and HR for Bestway Express, which operates more than 270 trucks while employinh more than 260 drivers. "With the cost of turnover pegged in the thousands of dollars for fleets, any double-digit decline in the fleet turnover rate, over the national average, means a hefty increase to the bottom line." » Read More

JOBehaviors/Governor Beebe's Training Arkansans for Career Success
Letter from Mike Kennedy

"Consistent with our previous partnership on the U.S. Department of Labor funded Rapid Road to Recovery truck driver training project you continue to deliver exactly what you promise. Your product produces exceptional candidates.

Thank you so much for JOBehaviors' continuing support of our Truck Driver Training Initiative!"
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Truck Driver Job Assessment Offers Roadmap To Successful Career
Resource Article from Workforce3One

West Memphis, Arkansas- Calvin Graham, 43, of West Memphis, Arkansas was in between jobs and thinking of pursuing a trucking career when he ran an online search for truck driver training schools.He quickly discovered a link to the Rapid Road to Recovery Project (www.onestop.org) that offered free training for Arkansas residents who meet eligibility requirements.

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