Need Chauffeurs? Sign Up For Our Webinar!

Lexi Tucker
Posted on August 23, 2018
(l to r) Stephanie Carnes and Alison Ford are ready to answer your chauffuer hiring and retention questions.

(l to r) Stephanie Carnes and Alison Ford are ready to answer your chauffuer hiring and retention questions.

In this tight labor market, ground transportation providers are struggling to source, hire, and retain chauffeurs who will represent their companies and serve their clients well. It’s time for a new approach. The LMC Group’s Alison Ford and Stephanie Carnes will share best practices, innovative ideas, and real-life examples of successful chauffeur recruitment and retention strategies on Monday, Aug. 27 starting at 11am PST/ 2pm EST. Titiled "Deep “C” Fishing: Catching - and Keeping - Outstanding Chauffeurs", the webinar will cover the following topics:

  • The challenges facing companies today to find good, qualified workers.
  • How the recent changes with Uber and Lyft can benefit chauffeured car companies.
  • How to find good candidates in this economy.
  • Creative ways to pay workers – flat rate for drivers, P4P for reservationists.


Related Topics: chauffeur training, employee management, employee recruitment, employee retention, hiring chauffeurs, industry education, managing chauffeurs, recruiting chauffeurs, staff management, The LMC Group, webinar

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Anthony

     | about 2 years ago

    Flat rates for drivers??? That is a way to destroy your business. Quality pay = quality service= repeat customers= company growth Flat rate= angry customer, no repeat customer, no company growth. Please fellow operators, dont fall into trying to save on drivers wages.. hourly plus gratuity I built ine company from 1 vehicle to 11 vehicles in 3 years.. then the owners partner got gready and cut the wages into a flat rate. I quit, owner got sick and company went onto chaos. While on friday nights all out vehicles were booked for top dollar (560.00 640.00 , 720.00 for 14 pass and smaller and every operator in town would give you their limo for 350.00 out of desperation. We stocked our vehicles properly and had sat radio and they were washed for every job.

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