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Trucker group calls driver shortage a myth
OOIDA says there's no shortage of drivers—just a shortage of drivers willing to put up with low pay.
Prologis begins building "pipeline of logistics talent"
Property developer collaborates with Florida school district on workforce development and training program.
Retail jobs up in December
Retail sector adds nearly 38,000 jobs in December; seasonal hiring falls short of forecast, National Retail Federation says.
Launchpad for women-owned transportation businesses nearly halfway to goal
Women In Trucking Association and Expediter Services collaborate on 150 Business Challenge.
Penske invests in next generation of truck mechanics
Collaboration with TechForce Foundation could help address shortage of vehicle maintenance technicians, firm says.
Talent shortage to hit manufacturing hard
As many as 2.4 million manufacturing jobs will go unfilled over the next 10 years due to widening skills gap, study shows.
XPO drivers in Cinnaminson, N.J., vote to join Teamsters
Result is latest twist in battle between logistics giant and union organization.
XPO calls charges of pregnancy discrimination against warehouse employees "untrue"
Company says Teamsters union "fueled" story in ongoing feud.
Ability awareness: interview with Tom Minich
While many would consider disabilities a liability, Peckham Inc. embraces employees with disabilities as the key to its success as an organization.
Work on the high side
An employee with a drug addiction can be costly and a potential liability. But restoring that employee to health can pay dividends for all.

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