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.
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – York pa C+S – September 2, 2015
Great pay ... Home every night. Good job. But constent changing management, young college kids looking to move on. Office disorganized and concerned with anything but getting equipment working or problem solving. Need to remove themselves from liability which means they blame who ever they can.
JB Hunt wouldn't be a bad place to work if the company had set hours and wasn't slowing down on business. I like to have a set schedule for the week instead of the schedule being made on a daily basis.
Get to enjoy life on the road doing routes
Heavy lifting of objects and weather conditions can cause problems
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – york, pa – September 1, 2015
JB Hunt is a good company with many benefits. However, we are contracted to a warehouse and they suck! The start times are unpredictable....you call at 9:30am and get told to come in anywhere from 10am - 5pm and then work 12-14 hours from there........Store personnel isn't bad....it's all about the warehouse and management who...
Sales/Account Management (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – August 18, 2015
I LOVE this company, and the Executive Leadership has almost everything right. The only things lacking are: below average pay, above average working expectations and extremely outdated views regarding work-life balance.
Values, Executive Leadership, Vision, People
Lower than average compensation and poor work-life balance
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – August 7, 2015
Well 1st and foremost the most enjoyable part of the job is payday!!! Nothing is hard on your job if you know and perfect what your doing. I usually don't have co-workers as a truck driver. I manage the truck and my schedule and my sleep so that my work day goes smoothly! I learn not to trust vehicles around me because I just don't know what they are going to do!
Carrier Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 28, 2015
A typical day is spent negotiation rates and establishing new customers. The mornings are spent covering freight and checking on shipments delivering and picking up that day. The afternoons are spent soliciting current and new customers.
Dock worker (Former Employee) – Santa Fe Springs, Ca. – July 28, 2015
A typical day at J.B. Hunt for me was preparing drivers/ installers product load and route paper work. After that task was done, i would make my way to the docks where i would scan incoming and out going products and label them accordingly. What i learned from this job was how a warehouse operates from dock work, shipping and receiving, bill of ladings, labeling, and route paper work. I was also assistant to the dock manger. The co-workers i had were amazing. We were a great team that were all in sync to accomplish tasks that were asked of us. The hardest part of the job was waking up at 2am Monday through Friday and the most enjoyable part of the job was pay day.
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Stockton, CA – July 25, 2015
I had a great time learning how to put together cases and learning what how things worked in our government organization. I also was able to to learn some key attributes when it comes to putting together and working with legal cases too