Todd Jadin

Todd Jadin

Todd Jadin is Vice President of Associate Relations and Talent Management for Schneider and has been an integral member of the Big Orange for over 30 years. When not creating the associate experience, you can find Todd spending time with his family and actively assisting with youth basketball in the Green Bay area.

Recent Blog Posts By Todd Jadin

Hire to Retire — a Schneider Philosophy

By Todd Jadin Jul 13, 2017

We approach every hiring decision for the long term. Here's how we bring that to life through our "Hire to Retire" philosophy.

Schneider's Presidential Awards Recognize 134 Associates

By Todd Jadin May 1, 2017

Schneider works hard to recognize associates, and our annual awards across five categories are one big way we do that.

Schneider driving job questions answered in monthly Facebook chat

By Todd Jadin Oct 6, 2016
Schneider has held nine Facebook chats in 2016 with three left this year. Here are some highlights from the most recent chat and answers to the top questions.

Get your truck driving questions answered in Schneider’s April Facebook chat

By Todd Jadin Apr 14, 2016
Schneider has now held three successful Facebook chats in 2016, but if you haven't had your question(s) answered, RSVP to our April chat.

Trailer searches, speed stance among topics discussed in February Facebook Chat

By Todd Jadin Feb 25, 2016
The second of our monthly 2016 driver Facebook chats covered a wide range of topics. Review and save the date for the March chat.

Truck driver questions answered in monthly Schneider Facebook chat

By Todd Jadin Jan 25, 2016
Schneider will be holding monthly driver Facebook chats. Here's a recap of the first and a look ahead to the second.

Important Holiday Message From Schneider Executives

By Todd Jadin Nov 26, 2015

Watch as our CEO, COO and VP deliver an important holiday message as Schneider prepares to literally deliver the holidays.

Driving into your future: Make trucking 1 of your 7 careers

By Todd Jadin Oct 19, 2015

Aside from just switching jobs, many people make new career changes in their lifetime. About seven, in fact. Here’s why truck driving should be one of them.