Installer/Deliverer (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – April 13, 2016
In the mornings the truck is loaded with merchandise from the warehouse. We leave the warehouse to deliver and/or install merchandise to customers house or office. when we finish we head back to the ware house to clock out.
OTR Driver (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – September 22, 2017
I could not stand the lying at this company. Did not like the driver manager at all. He always told me one thing to get me interested then change it later. Gave me the worst loads at the worst places on the map. Leave stranded at places for days without a load to get out from.
Terminals had lots of nice things for the managers to play with.
DRIVER (Former Employee) – Stuarts Draft, VA – September 19, 2017
didn't always get to leave early in morning not all loads where ready yet, makes it hard to be scheduled when loads are not ready....once you show you will be ready and able to work they treat you better
Commercial Truck Driver Class A certification (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR 72745 – September 14, 2017
On a regular work day you would have a full day of driving, safety control, training provided. Meeting every week. Heavy haulage from unknown locations. Weekends off were enjoyable. The company has great personnel fellow drivers and dispatchers.
matching 401 K, health benefit, rewards for safe work.
good company to work for but if you drive local you never know when your load will be ready. if you are a new employee you start at the bottom.you the last load that the warehouse loads so you work all hours of the night. the pay is good for being local avg 1000 a week. if your looking for a job that you can advance in management then this isn't for you jb hunt hires managers right out of college that never drove a truck before.
Over the Road Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – September 12, 2017
You would get your load info and except it. get your rout and drive to your destination. when you have a problem just call and they will work with you on it, flat tire , maintenance, or life if they can.
Logistics Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – September 10, 2017
This was a great first job for learning about sales and brokerage. Outside of that experience, J.B. Hunt is an old fashioned company that is slow to react to a changing marketplace. They struggle to place people in positions based on their success and personal advancement.
Relaxed Sales Evironment
Long work hours, little room for advancement, low pay
Truck driver (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – September 10, 2017
management does not help in making deliveries a smooth process, trucks breakdown 14 hour days almost violating clock reimburstments are a hassle I might as well be working a 10 hr job . too much work tring to make a living working with this company
Fleet Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 9, 2017
If you a manager and if you don't tell on other mangers there you wont ever get promoted . You have to be young to get promoted that's when you are the Vice President favorite . They for the drivers and don't care about the managers. .. you don't kiss butt they over look you quick
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – September 7, 2017
Great company for the driver. Management was looked at as secondary when it came to needs being attended to. While drivers are the core commodity of the company, all employee's should be treated with respect and treated equally.
Great way to get experience in the transportation field
Management not helpful when it came to covering your position for vacation