Truck Driver/Installer (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – January 9, 2014
Typical day includes loading trucks with heavy duty stoves, microwaves, dish washers and/dryers and prepare them for installation. I, not only increased my driving skills, but I learned how to install. My co-workers were very helpful and together we carried items anywhere from 200 to 500 Ibs. Sometimes, I would deal with difficult customers which could be hard at times. Installing items is what I enjoyed most about the job.
Driver (Former Employee) – various assignment locations – October 15, 2015
I worked at this company in several divisions for over six years, off and on...don't plan on "going anywhere fast" - no pun intended...
Oh, pay is alright, but if your truck could actually DO the speed limit, pay would be a lot better -
Intermodal is alright, I guess. At least they will keep you busy, there
Avoid DCS as if it were the bubonic plague and you were a medieval European peasant. Perhaps you will be lucky, but I would not count on it... you see, DCS account management is staffed by young, fresh-out-of-college pseudo-intellectuals who do nothing but find reasons to write you up, set you up, or terminate you because they can -
Do yourself a favor - buy your own rig, watch your money, and stay away from JB Hunt!
Great place to work and strong leadership and team work
Truck Driver CDL A (Former Employee) – Hazleton Pa – October 7, 2015
I am thankful for the time and opportunity JB Hunt has given me to work with them and their team. They are a company that rewards and recognizes hard working people and shows trust and respect towards their employees.
OTR Truck Driver (Former Employee) – N Little Rock, AR – October 5, 2015
i love driving but not for a company that only looks out for them and does not put their drivers first. I would log in doing my pre trip inspection drive to my destination drop of my load and do the same thing the next day.
Driver (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – October 5, 2015
The actual job has potential if they'd fix major problems. It's 12 hour days with shared trucks, many times I had to wait for my truck to come back. The pay was lousy, I averaged about 13/hr. A lot of local companies factor in when traffic will be heavy for certain deliveries, this company doesn't.
If I lived in a place like Kansas/Missouri/etc, I could see potential to make money from open road miles, but in Seattle, not a good job.
Transportation Specialist (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA – October 3, 2015
Security specialist to law enforcement. Transportation specialist with school and passenger in class B to Transportation specialist with Class A endorsements PNHS. A day as a security and transportation specialist would be first patience, command and control of the moment and safety first with options.
Driver (Current Employee) – Berwick,PA – September 30, 2015
It was a good job coworker was great i learned a lot. I was delivering the whole Northeast Dollar tree. Learned a lot about communication and been a great professional with customers and well as traffic.
Clock in at 4am-5am, Mon-Fri. grab a hand truck to begin unloading appliances off trucks parked in docks. I learned how to interact with customers in a patient matter. Management was very unorganized at my location, poor communication between management and employees.
Asistente Internacional Administrativo (Current Employee) – Laredo, Tx – September 16, 2015
Me gusta trabajar aqui por el compañerismo que existe entre todos, le dan prioridad a la familia y tengo mi propia oficina. El lado malo es que no hay lugar para crecer ni profesional ni economicamente
Productive and fun work place, enjoyed working with my coworkers.
Logistics Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – September 13, 2015
I enjoyed my tenure at J.B. Hunt. It's opened up a lot of doors for me and I feel that this was a great company to start out working for. I learned some valuable information in regards to the supply chain & logistics industry that will stay with me forever. J.B. Hunt will continue to be an industry leader and I would recommend this company to anyone looking to start out in the transportation industry.
Free coffee, flexible hours, great work environment
FMS germantown wi 12-14 hrs daily difficult to find home work balance
Current driver (Current Employee) – Fms germantown wi – September 10, 2015
If you have a family it's a difficult place to work at, if your single and hungry there is money to be made. Extremely physical job, not for faint of heart. 3 account managers within 18 months tells you something. Equipment subpar, pay since changed to incentive pay, makes you choose between safety and production, which is why employees quit often.
Stability of work
Time off, incentive pay, subpar equipment, poor communication with upper management
Driver Rec.00ruiter (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – September 10, 2015
J B Hunt was not a good place to work. As a driver Recruiter I was expected to lie to driver in order to get them to hire on with this company. I felt this was not a good work practice and will not lie to anyone.
Not a good place to work.
Not a good place to work. I would not lie to drivers in order for them to come work for us.