Webinar Series: Health & Wellness: The Missing Piece in Driver Retention
Safety is the key in transportation, but we cannot be safe if we are not healthy. Learn the road map to supporting your drivers to make small changes that will equal big results. We can recruit through retaining our current driver pool, drivers who have a proven track record and skill set.
- Why is Driver Health Important
- Where to get started Driver Engagement
- The importance of Driver Ambassadors
- Proven ROI
Bob Perry: Bob was the Founder & CEO of Rolling Strong before being acquired by Velocity in 2017, and now works as a Consultant for Stay Well. Recognized as the TruckerTrainer by professionals drivers and freight companies nationwide, Bob brings a unique perspective to the transportation industry.
Bob is the son and brother of career drivers from Northeast Ohio and has personally devoted his entire career to the health and well being of professional CDL drivers. Bob served as Vice Chair and Chair of the ATA Health & Wellness Working Group from 2007 - 2013. Bob remains active on the ATA, ABA, and TCA Safety Councils.
Brynn Bannach: As the VP of Sales for StayWell, Brynn leads a national team of experienced Regional Business Directors Subject Matter Experts providing strategic direction for the design of comprehensive, technology enabled wellness solutions that meet the goals and business objectives of StayWell's clients. With close to a decade of experience in the health and wellness industry and a passion for building lasting relationships, Brynn has dedicated her career to partnering and consulting with clients to design wellness programs that meet their overall health, financial, and cultural goals.
Prior to StayWell, Brynn held various roles within the health and wellness world, including product development, strategic account management, and consulting at both Optum and Life Time Fitness's Corporate Wellness Division. Brynn is passionate about improving the lives of our communities and truly believes employers, health plans, and health systems are uniquely positioned to have a huge impact n the overall health and well-being of the communities in which they serve.