Installer Tech (Current Employee) – Riverside, MI – October 16, 2017
Management plays alot of favoritism with employees,strong racial discrimination from some management and drivers with nothing bring being done about it and alot of intentional product damage to get out of work by employees.......
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 15, 2017
JB Hunt is the best Intermodal company in Chicago. The pay was great do to mileage and activity based pay. The equipment at JB Hunt was great. The planners and fleet managers were always available to talk to.
Fleet Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 14, 2017
Everyday something new happens, and a new issue arises that you may not be familiar with. You are in charge of a certain amount of drivers that you watch over throughout the day. Your main duty is to make sure the drivers are making OTD (On time delivery). During the drivers tour of duty you are to alleviate any issues that may arise and to make strategic business decisions that don't affect the efficiency and time sensitive day to day business operations.
Truck Driver Class (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – October 13, 2017
They want to manage your pockets the way they want you to believe you suppose you to make. Pretty much its a starting place for new drivers. They make sure they work you for the little money they give you.
Company Intermodel Driver (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 11, 2017
It was a ok job until new management came in and destroyed how people where working just to control people and get the on there level. the job would have been decent if they would have left the drivers alone .
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Katy, TX – October 6, 2017
Loading the trucks and getting prepared to drive. Management was good and fair with all. The hardest part of the job was going to new places and getting lost. Enjoyable part of the job was seeing different places and meeting new people.
Intermodal Driver (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 3, 2017
JB Hunt is a great company to work for if you're just getting started into truck driving. Even if you plan to retire they're great to work for. I worked for the Chicago intermodal division, Typically you will recieve a dispatch the pick up a load at a rail yard or shipper/receiver. Then take it to a rail or reciever/shipper. you will always go from shipper/receiver to rail, or rail to shipper/receiver. Which makes it great from planning you're trips for the best milage. If you are on top of setting your ETA then you will more than likely be have a good week and will make it much less stressful to do your job. The only con I have about this company is sometimes the dispatchers arent on the same page as you are. and it can be hard to understand what they are talking about over the OBC system. Yes they do use electronic logs and PeopleNet systems. All in all a great company to work for.
Professional CDL Driver (Current Employee) – Oconomowoc, WI – September 29, 2017
great to work for. currently work nights. would prefer to work days so I could be home more with family. typical day is good until holidays then it becomes more stressful, workload is practically doubled.
Driver/Installer (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – September 28, 2017
Managers look out for themselves and the end of the year bonus they get. Meaning, the less money they spend, the bigger bonus they get which means less looking out for you and making you do things that you shouldnt be doing. Also you are not paid enough for the physical requirements of the job and the stressed placed upon you.