NATSO and the NATSO Foundation provide solutions to truckstop and travel plaza challenges by providing education uniquely tailored to the industry including a number of resources on human resources.
Truckstop and travel plaza operators have always tried to meet the needs of those on the road, and now they’re taking service to a new level and offering a range of healthcare services for drivers as well as their local communities.
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Hiring within any business can be a challenge. As Chairman, it is my pleasure to share a few things that are working well for us in hopes that it will help you in your efforts to recruit and retain top employees.
Millennials—typically defined as those born between the early 1980s to the early 2000s—are an important part of the workforce and can provide valuable skills to their employers. However, millennials are often stereotyped as being entitled, unmotivated and difficult to manage, but operators that have learned how to tap into the talent of the millennial generation said they value the traits they bring to the table.
Coffee Cup Fuel Stops is one of several NATSO members that have tapped into the talent millennials can bring to the table. NATSO sat down with Ericka Schapekahm, director of human resources and special projects at the company, to learn more about how she hires, manages and motivates millennials, which have become an important part of the labor pool.
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Great ideas make things better, and operators attending the Great Ideas! for Independent...
For many of our independent travel plaza members, there is an untapped opportunity to capitalize...
As businesses that cater to the traveling public and support local communities, truckstops and...
Food sales are becoming a bigger part of operators’ sales, particularly as other categories,...
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