Bancroft & Sons Blog – Resolve to be Happier!           The beginning of every year always feels like a fresh start. It’s a chance for us to examine our lives and determine what we’re going to improve over the coming year. About 52% of Americans are unhappy at work, according to a report by the Conference Board. Since many people spend the majority of their time at work, why not do something you enjoy for a company that treats you well?               At Bancroft & Sons, we’re dedicated to creating and maintaining a great company culture! When you work…
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Bancroft & Sons Blog – Now Hiring!             So, you’re currently working as an OTR truck driver and you love what you do, but the company you work for isn’t treating you as well as they should. Does this sound familiar? Unfortunately, that’s not unusual; 70% of U.S. workers are unhappy about their job!               At Bancroft & Sons, we ensure that all of our employees’ needs are met. As a family owned company, it is our top priority to treat each employee like they are family. When you work with us, you get to be a part of…
Bancroft & Sons Blog—How to Avoid Back Pain While Driving             Truck drivers drive more than just about anyone, and with that comes back pain & discomfort. Common complaints from truck drivers include:              Dull pain throughout the entire back.                Soreness in the upper back & neck.                Sharp pains while sitting.   We’ve put together a list of helpful tips & exercises to keep you feeling good, so you can perform your best!     Don’t sit with items in your…
Bancroft & Sons Blog – Truck Driving Safety Tips                         At Bancroft & Sons, we take safety very seriously. The safety of our drivers, other motor vehicle drivers and pedestrians is our top priority. We’ve compiled some of our favorite safety tips that will benefit all drivers, no matter what you’re driving!   - Check your mirrors often - Always use your signals when making lane changes and always ease into your lane change listening for horns and watching the corresponding mirror. - DO NOT SPEED. Pay attention to all traffic control devices/signs. - Do not tailgate. Allow at…
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