Onboarding new drivers is a critical investment in your company’s long-term success. But if you’re still doing all your driver onboarding and new-hire orientation training in a classroom or conference room, you aren’t getting as much out of that investment as you could.
Great delivery, ITI! Your team is great to work with. Selecting your team for our pre-hire driver onboarding process was the right way to go.Paul Foster, CDS, Director of Safety — J.B. Hunt
True, some types of training are best done face-to-face. You wouldn’t put an inexperienced driver behind the wheel of a tandem without a check-ride first! But do you really need to bring new hires onsite to train them on your company benefits and fill out HR paperwork?