Topics: Labor

NATSO Submits Comments on NLRB Joint Employer Proposal

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13 Tips and Tricks for Attracting and Retaining Staff for Your Travel Center(s)

13 Tips and Tricks for Attracting and Retaining Staff for Your Travel Center(s)

NATSO’s HR Sharegroup meets regularly to discuss tips for attracting, training and retaining employees. Learn more than a dozen tips and proven tactics from group participants.   More

Operators Adjust Business Practices to Address Labor Challenges

Operators Adjust Business Practices to Address Labor Challenges

Employers, including truckstops and travel centers, across the country continue to struggle with labor challenges and don’t expect it to ease anytime soon. Given all the challenges and outlook for the future, operators are starting to make changes for today and the future. Schulte said many retailers are turning to low- and high-tech innovative solutions. “Maybe they give a discount on gasoline to their employees, help them with childcare, or look at changes in their schedules,” Darren Schulte, vice president of membership for NATSO said, adding that many operators are embracing technology to help re-deploy labor. More

Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: Q & A with Chartwell Law

Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: Q & A with Chartwell Law

As the use of marijuana increases, employers are faced with several questions about establishing drug use policies that keep employees and customers safe. NATSO allied member Chartwell Law sponsored a Focus Group during NATSO Connect 2022 in Orlando, Florida, where they answered truckstop and travel center medical marijuana questions. To share their expertise with Stop Watch readers, Stop Watch sat down with Robert Baker and Thomas Gallagher with Chartwell Law to learn more about crafting drug-related employment policies. More

Labor Department Issues Independent Contractor Proposed Rule

The Department of Labor on Oct. 11 issued a proposed rule that would expand the definition of who is an independent contractor under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). More

The NATSO Foundation Awards $25,000 in Scholarships Continuing a Long-Standing Tradition

The NATSO Foundation Awards $25,000 in Scholarships Continuing a Long-Standing Tradition

The NATSO Foundation has awarded $25,000 in scholarships through the Bill and Carolyn Moon Scholarship program to five students with ties to the truckstop and travel plaza industry. More

Labor Department Launches Rulemaking on Independent Contractors

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Foundation Update: The Bill and Carolyn Moon Scholarship Moves Five Students Closer to their Degrees

Foundation Update: The Bill and Carolyn Moon Scholarship Moves Five Students Closer to their Degrees

In 2021, five hardworking students received scholarships from The NATSO Foundation’s Bill and Carolyn Moon Scholarship, which is awarded to industry employees and their children based on academic merit, financial need, community activities and a short essay. More

NATSO Analysis: COVID Vaccine Mandate Implications for Travel Plazas and Truckstops

NATSO Analysis: COVID Vaccine Mandate Implications for Travel Plazas and Truckstops Members Only Join or Login

NATSO has provided a summary of the proposed rule for members (log in required).   More

NATSO Meets With FMCSA Regarding HOS Waiver

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