Preliminary orders for trailers in September suggest 2020 production will be solid though significantly lower than this year’s anticipated record build.Read More
Allowing the blame game to creep into your business almost certainly guarantees a multitude of excuses that are designed to divert responsibility anywhere but where it belongs, and that is at your feet and the feet of your people.Read More
In our ongoing efforts to educate our members on legislative and regulatory efforts in both Canada and the U.S., TCA will once again be presenting the Bridging Border Barriers (BBB) event to facilitate discussion and learning.Read More
The Fifth Circuit determined that the “EEOC … overstepped its statutory authority in issuing the Guidance.” As a result, the Fifth Circuit upheld the lower court’s injunction and clarified that the EEOC “may not treat the Guidance as binding in any respect.”Read More
Government says employers who abuse the foreign worker program face “serious consequences” after a newspaper reveals how some carriers exploited under-qualified job-seekers and put them on the road.
For the past several years, the crash statistics for large trucks and buses have been getting worse. While this could be driven by many different factors, from the prevalence of cell phone use and distracted driving to the deteriorating nature of U.S. infrastructure, the trends simply cannot be ignored by the trucking industry.Read More