The summer solstice is a special day for many as it means the start of the summer. The First Day of Summer 2016 (Summer Solstice) is on Monday, June 20. Hot Summer means, the sun coming in through the driver’s side window of a truck can feel great when out on the open road, however it’s important to take heed of driving tips for driving in summer.
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The Heat is On! Take Care.
Summer has already started and there would be increase in traffic during this busy time of the year, it’s a good idea to remember these safe driving tips and also protecting us from Hot Sun. Long hours of travel means spending a lot of time sharing the road with trucks. When truckers spend so many hours a day driving cross country in direct sunlight, it’s important to have some type of protection from the sun’s harmful rays. The First Day of Summer 2016 (Summer Solstice) is on Monday, June 20.
As a trucker, you will have to deal with extreme heat, storms, slick roads, and heavier traffic. The sun coming in through the driver’s side window of a truck can feel great when out on the open road. We’ve compiled a list of tips to prepare you for the driving conditions you may encounter. Keep in mind that you don’t need to drive through a desert to experience dehydration. It can happen while driving a route along the ocean just as well as anywhere else. So, keep the following in mind: Continue reading
#1. Let them know you WANT to hire women. If your recruiting ad doesn’t include women, or worse yet, excludes women, you won’t get their attention. Don’t always show a male driver in your ads, and don’t assume that the only woman in your ad should be the wife at home. Go back and look at your recruiting advertisements and see if they appeal to women. Ask some of your female staff members if they would respond to your company’s ad.
#2. Tell women WHY you are interested in hiring them. For example, do you have a real desire to hire women as drivers because you believe they are capable and competent? Women don’t want any special privileges; they just want a level playing field to compete for jobs as a professional, not because of gender. Don’t ever patronize women or give them the impression that you are hiring them because you are filling some quota or making a statement. We can see through that! Continue reading