Sunset named a 2022 Top Company for Women to Work For in Transportation by the Women in Trucking Association
Women in Trucking Association (WIT) honors Sunset for our commitment to fostering an exceptional workplace environment for women, supporting their career development and advancement, and setting ambitious goals to attract and retain more women.
Sunset Transportation, a second-generation third party logistics (3PL) company, is honored to join the esteemed group of 2022 Top Companies for Women to Work For in Transportation. With 50 percent of it’s leadership and over 40 percent of it’s employees being female, Sunset Transportation continues to create an inclusive place for women in transportation.
Redefining the Road magazine, the official magazine of the Women In Trucking Association (WIT), announced the recipients of the 2022 “Top Companies for Women to Work For in Transportation.” According to Ellen Voie, president and CEO of WIT, the magazine created the award in 2018 to support an element of WIT’s mission: to promote the accomplishments of companies that are focused on the employment of women in the trucking industry.
There are a number of characteristics that distinguish the companies recognized on this list, according to Brian Everett, publisher of Redefining the Road. These characteristics include corporate cultures that foster gender diversity; competitive compensation and benefits; flexible hours and work requirements; professional development opportunities; and career advancement opportunities.
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