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Paying for Performance
  by Sean Kilcarr in Trucks at Work

money2To improve truck driver recruiting and retention efforts, a few carriers are trying out performance pay structures – tying the ability to gain near-term mileage pay increases to a driver’s ability to hit key performance targets such as on-time delivery, fuel economy, and safety compliance.

“We are seeing some very interesting things in terms of pay: one of them is pay that moves in range and is based on performance,” noted Gordon Klemp, founder and president of the National Transportation Institute, in a conference call hosted by Wall Street investment firm Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. last month.

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