This new year brought new changes to federally regulated employers. Nonetheless, the Age of Employees is upon all of us. The disruptions of 2020 and 2021 massively changed the transportation and logistics industry and how people feel about their work. Hunches and “the way things have always been done” are no longer sufficient strategies for managing a company’s most valuable asset: its people. Instead, 2022 is the year to navigate change and disruption with people-centered strategies and programs, broaden the use of artificial intelligence while keeping employee mental and physical well-being at the forefront of employers’ efforts!

Kateryna Taftay, Vice-President of Talent and Growth


To read more about the changes, read here.