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CDL Driver Trainers Should be Held Liable for Actions

Sep
26,
2010
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The trucking industry continues to turn a blind eye on the abusive behavior of those truck driver trainers against trainees.  Trying their best to keep it secretive and to prevent these stories of abuse from making news, it is left … Continue reading

Trucking Industry Covers Up Female Driver Trainees Harassment

Jan
10,
2010
8

Are female truck driver student trainees really being harassed by some male CDL trainers?  Are the stories of verbal and sexual assault true or are they just stories?  Why would trucking organizations and companies want to cover up such acts … Continue reading

Workplace Harassment and American Injustice

Aug
17,
2009
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“The most odious of all oppressions are those which mask as justice.” That statement was once made by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson.   It’s a statement that I often recall when I hear or read about a so-called … Continue reading

Trucking Talk Show Exposes Hostility Within the Industry

Jun
18,
2009
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Trucking talk radio, Truth About Trucking “LIVE” aired their introductory commentary broadcast this evening by Allen Smith,  concerning bullying and harassment within the trucking industry and the public workplace.  Part 1 of a 2 Part series, Allen set the stage … Continue reading

Bullying in the Workplace

Jun
13,
2009
7

As elementary as it may seem, intimidation by the workplace bully has actually become a silent epidemic . . . not only in this country, but worldwide.  A recent study on bullying in the workplace, showed that 37% of the … Continue reading

Student Truck Drivers Often Face Hostility and Abuse

Jun
8,
2009
8

Harassment, verbal and physical abuse, sexual assault and even rape is being reported within the trucking industry on student drivers by their driver trainers.  Though most driver trainers are highly professional and respectful to their student trainees, there are those … Continue reading

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