Some driver recruitment agencies include Trillium Drivers, TransForce and National Truck Staffing. Companies can use these websites to find truck drivers throughout the country, while drivers can sign up with these agencies to find work on their online job boards. Some types of driving jobs available may include fleet mechanic, dry van driver, commercial driver's licensed driver and dump truck driver, states TrilliumStaffing.com.
Trillium Drivers is connected to various logistics companies, fleets and carriers to provide companies with a workforce of drivers to fill temporary, contract and direct-hire roles. In addition, the company can also find workers who are diesel or fleet mechanics or who specialize in driving a specific vehicle such as a food service delivery truck, vac truck, flatbed or dump truck. Companies benefit from finding workers easily and having the payroll taken care of, while drivers benefit from health insurance and benefit plans, mentions TrilliumStaffing.com.
TransForce helps companies find truck drivers that adhere to Department of Transportation standards and are verified. For example, companies get access to driver records, motor vehicle records and proof of alcohol and drug testing to ensure drivers are responsible and following regulations. Drivers are also protected under TransForce's driver contract and are employees.
Finally, National Truck Staffing hires CDL drivers for contract and direct-hire placements and offers them flexible scheduling and a variety of work assignments, notes NationalTruckStaffing.com. Companies also benefit from ensuring United States Department of Transportation standards are met.