Everything Truck Drivers Should Know About Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time (DST) — not Daylight Savings Time — can have a big effect on truck drivers, from sleep schedules, to logging considerations, to safety on roads filled with fatigued drivers. Here's everything you need to know about DST for November 2018.
Compliance Team Goes the Extra Mile During California Trip
It takes lots of people to make Schneider a leader. Here's just a taste of a few office careers, and how one team goes the extra mile to support drivers.
What to Expect During a Pre-Work Screen for Schneider Drivers
A pre-work screen ensures that driver candidates can safely handle the physical demands of truck driving.
Schneider Wins 2018 National Safety Council Green Cross Award
Schneider implemented a safety initiative that we were convinced would save lives, but we never could have anticipated how positive the impact would be.
Schneider's Hazmat Team Makes Hauling Hazmat Safe and Rewarding
Hazmat loads used to be more challenging, but Schneider's hazmat specialists make them easier, giving drivers greater confidence (and sometimes more pay).
Drive With Confidence During 2018 CVSA International Roadcheck
The 2018 CVSA International Roadcheck will take place on June 5-7 and focus on Hours of Service (HOS) compliance. Here's what you need to know to be prepared.
Will Schneider Make You Drive in Bad or Unsafe Weather Conditions?
We've received lots of calls to the 800-44-PRIDE Schneider recruiting line and chats on schneiderjobs.com asking about our bad weather driving policy. Here's your answer, including how to decide when to shut down.
Top ELD Mandate and E-Log Questions Answered by Schneider Experts
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Rule continues to be a hot topic of discussion. Now that the rule is in effect, learn what it means for you and get answers to common questions.
Hundreds of Schneider Associates Serve as Volunteer Emergency Responders
More than 700 associates in more than 60 locations volunteer as emergency