A truck driver found a new job offer at a better company with a better salary. The boss of the company, on hearing of the month's notice, decided not to pay for the last month's work and gave a bad reference so the driver wouldn't leave him. He posted the bad reference on TRUCKER-RATE. In response, the truck driver posted links to check-in reviews on TRUCKER-CHECK-IN on his resume. Who will the new employer trust - the driver who writes regular reviews or for the previous employer?
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On the last weekend of the year, you'll be lucky to be invited to the New York Cyber Truckers Association's annual webinar. This year's event will showcase a keynote speaker and guest of honor whose work has helped the transport industry move towards safer driving practices. If you want to be honored with this year's "Cyber Truck Driver of the Year" title for your tireless efforts to raise truck safety awareness.