Celadon launches pay security plan for company drivers

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Updated Mar 18, 2016

Celadon Trucking launched its new WageLock program earlier this month, which the fleet says gives company drivers the ability to earn up to $1,000 a week no matter how many miles they drive.

The program was created to supplement a driver’s pay when situations beyond their control prevent them from making their miles, according to the Indianapolis-based company. WageLock addresses situations such as equipment breakdowns and driving frequent short-haul loads that offer less mileage opportunities. 

Joe Weigel, Celadon’s director of marketing and communications, said drivers who are in one of the company’s two performance tiers will be able to earn a specified amount regardless of how many miles they drive during that week.