Helping Companies Hire The Best Drivers FAST... Guaranteed!

Take control of your perfect recruiting process to consistently grow your fleet without relying on crowded job boards or expensive recruitment agencies.

Helping Companies Hire The Best Drivers FAST... Guaranteed!

Take control of your perfect recruiting process to consistently grow your fleet without relying on crowded job boards or expensive recruitment agencies.

Download Our Rocket Recruiting Template

Easy 4 Step Roadmap To Double Your Fleet in 2024

Download Our Rocket Recruiting Template

Easy 4 Step Roadmap To

Double Your Fleet in 2024

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Customers Who Use Us

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Access The Entire

Driver Pool

No more relying only on the job boards. Easily access all the drivers in your market by launching ads in minutes that have been proven to work and generate over 80,000 leads.

"It's been just 1 week and we already have 4 interviewed drivers with confirmed interest including a lead driver with 7 others pending in the Savannah area."

Logan P.

Save Time and Focus On Qualified Candidates

Reduce wasted time on unqualified candidates by filtering them out and instantly engage with your qualified candidates. The largest processor of driver applications did a study to find that you are 30% more likely to hire a driver if you respond within 5 minutes. Qualified applicants will show up on your calendar asking you to call them and give them an interview.

“With your system, it does it for us, making our job a little easier. We couldn’t keep up with all the candidates we have without your follow up system. Most of our tenured drivers are because of your follow up system."

Jasmynn F.

Lower Your Cost Per Hire by Building Your Waitlist

As the saying goes, fortune is in the followup.

By building your own company database of drivers and storing it in your system, you have permission to message them at will free of charge because you own this database. Next time you need to fill a position, use your own database rather than relying on someone else’s advertising platform or a crowded job board.

“Robert had a list of 300 drivers built up in his waiting list. Using ALIS, he sent out a message to them and had 25 interviews scheduled almost instantly for free and filled his position in 2 days. "

Access The Entire

Driver Pool

No more relying only on the job boards. Easily access all the drivers in your market by launching ads in minutes that have been proven to work and generate over 80,000 leads.

"It's been just 1 week and we already have 4 interviewed drivers with confirmed interest including a lead driver with 7 others pending in the Savannah area."

Logan P.

Save Time and Focus On Qualified Candidates

Reduce wasted time on unqualified candidates by filtering them out and instantly engage with your qualified candidates. The largest processor of driver applications did a study to find that you are 30% more likely to hire a driver if you respond within 5 minutes. Qualified applicants will show up on your calendar asking you to call them and give them an interview.

“With your system, it does it for us, making our job a little easier. We couldn’t keep up with all the candidates we have without your follow up system. Most of our tenured drivers are because of your follow up system."

Jasmynn F.

Lower Your Cost Per Hire by Building Your Waitlist

As the saying goes, fortune is in the followup.

By building your own company database of drivers and storing it in your system, you have permission to message them at will free of charge because you own this database. Next time you need to fill a position, use your own database rather than relying on someone else’s advertising platform or a crowded job board.

“Robert had a list of 300 drivers built up in his waiting list. Using ALIS, he sent out a message to them and had 25 interviews scheduled almost instantly for free and filled his position in 2 days. "

Latest Blog Posts

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The Art Of Hiring The Perfect Truck Driver For Your Business

January 17, 20243 min read

The allure of the open road, the hum of the engine, and the promise of new adventures - these are the elements that define the life of a truck driver. However, for a business owner, the task of hiring a truck driver can be more akin to navigating a complex maze. How do you find the right truck driver for your company? Let's explore the art of hiring the perfect truck driver, in 5 easy steps.

Understanding Your Needs
Hiring a truck driver is not as straightforward as merely picking a name out of a hat. It requires careful consideration, an eye for detail, and an ability to spot potential. Are you seeking a long-haul driver for cross-country trips, or a local driver with an intimate knowledge of your city? Do you require a seasoned professional or a newbie eager to learn? Identifying your needs is the first step in finding the right person for the job.

Initiating the Search
Once you've identified your needs, it's time to start the search. Posting a job ad on the job board giants is a common approach, but don't limit yourself. Consider reaching out to local truck driving schools, attending job fairs, or even leveraging social media.

In our experience, it's simply a numbers game. The more people you are in front of, the higher chance you have of finding a top notch driver. On the job boards, there's only a portion of the pie. On social media, you get in front of ALL drivers.

We've developed a tool called ALIS in which one of the first features you will use is launching our proven and templated ads to social media to get in front of the entire driver market (rather than only the ones searching for a job).

The Sales Process (some people call this an interview)
With a pool of candidates at your disposal, it's time to commence the interview process. This is your opportunity to delve deeper into your potential hires. Most people just want to start with the tough questions.

Try instead to start by SELLING yourself and your company. Quality drivers have 12.5 other companies after them. Ask him or her about what's important in a job, what problems did they have at their last job. Then if your company is a good fit to solve those problems, respectfully explain those things. The tough questions will come up and will have to be asked at some point, they will be a lot more open to talking about those things if they already trust you.

Automation can also be your friend. ALIS helps pre-filter candidates AND will auto schedule these interviews on your calendar

Background Checks and Reference Verification
The interview is not the be-all and end-all. A candidate might excel at answering questions, but if their driving record is fraught with issues, you might want to reconsider. Always check their references, conduct a thorough background check, and verify their driving record. Most companies have a process for this required from the insurance company.

Sealing the Deal
Once you've found your ideal candidate, it's time to finalize the deal. Striking a balance between offering a competitive salary and maintaining your bottom line can be tricky. However, remember that a satisfied driver is a productive driver. Benefits like health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off can significantly aid in attracting and retaining top talent.

And even little things like a free uniform, or a branded water bottle can make them a very happy driver. Throw in things for their families as well because while that driver is away from their family, the least you can do is give them something to enjoy while they are away.

Wrap Up
The task of hiring a truck driver may seem daunting, but with a combination of knowledge, patience, intuition, and the right tools like ALIS from M3Traffic, you can find the perfect fit for your company. So buckle up, hit the road, and embark on your hiring journey. The perfect truck driver is out there, waiting to join your team. Happy hiring!

Back to Blog

Latest Blog Posts

blog image

The Art Of Hiring The Perfect Truck Driver For Your Business

January 17, 20243 min read

The allure of the open road, the hum of the engine, and the promise of new adventures - these are the elements that define the life of a truck driver. However, for a business owner, the task of hiring a truck driver can be more akin to navigating a complex maze. How do you find the right truck driver for your company? Let's explore the art of hiring the perfect truck driver, in 5 easy steps.

Understanding Your Needs
Hiring a truck driver is not as straightforward as merely picking a name out of a hat. It requires careful consideration, an eye for detail, and an ability to spot potential. Are you seeking a long-haul driver for cross-country trips, or a local driver with an intimate knowledge of your city? Do you require a seasoned professional or a newbie eager to learn? Identifying your needs is the first step in finding the right person for the job.

Initiating the Search
Once you've identified your needs, it's time to start the search. Posting a job ad on the job board giants is a common approach, but don't limit yourself. Consider reaching out to local truck driving schools, attending job fairs, or even leveraging social media.

In our experience, it's simply a numbers game. The more people you are in front of, the higher chance you have of finding a top notch driver. On the job boards, there's only a portion of the pie. On social media, you get in front of ALL drivers.

We've developed a tool called ALIS in which one of the first features you will use is launching our proven and templated ads to social media to get in front of the entire driver market (rather than only the ones searching for a job).

The Sales Process (some people call this an interview)
With a pool of candidates at your disposal, it's time to commence the interview process. This is your opportunity to delve deeper into your potential hires. Most people just want to start with the tough questions.

Try instead to start by SELLING yourself and your company. Quality drivers have 12.5 other companies after them. Ask him or her about what's important in a job, what problems did they have at their last job. Then if your company is a good fit to solve those problems, respectfully explain those things. The tough questions will come up and will have to be asked at some point, they will be a lot more open to talking about those things if they already trust you.

Automation can also be your friend. ALIS helps pre-filter candidates AND will auto schedule these interviews on your calendar

Background Checks and Reference Verification
The interview is not the be-all and end-all. A candidate might excel at answering questions, but if their driving record is fraught with issues, you might want to reconsider. Always check their references, conduct a thorough background check, and verify their driving record. Most companies have a process for this required from the insurance company.

Sealing the Deal
Once you've found your ideal candidate, it's time to finalize the deal. Striking a balance between offering a competitive salary and maintaining your bottom line can be tricky. However, remember that a satisfied driver is a productive driver. Benefits like health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off can significantly aid in attracting and retaining top talent.

And even little things like a free uniform, or a branded water bottle can make them a very happy driver. Throw in things for their families as well because while that driver is away from their family, the least you can do is give them something to enjoy while they are away.

Wrap Up
The task of hiring a truck driver may seem daunting, but with a combination of knowledge, patience, intuition, and the right tools like ALIS from M3Traffic, you can find the perfect fit for your company. So buckle up, hit the road, and embark on your hiring journey. The perfect truck driver is out there, waiting to join your team. Happy hiring!

Back to Blog

Download Our Rocket Recruiting Template

Easy 4 Step Roadmap To

Double Your Fleet in 2024