J.B. Hunt
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  • Great culture! Enjoyed coming to work every morning! Management from very top down are caring people and want to support employees to help them grow! Only reason I left was pay.

  • Inconsistent hours and pay. You do t k ow when you are getting off until you get off. And since the day can range anywhere from 6-12 hours, it makes it impossible to plan anything during the week without taking a whlle day off. Pay was done by mileage and a set price per installation, which can be good or bad. You can make good money when work is heavy and you get good efficient routes. If not and you get a light or inefficient route you will work the same hours for less that half the pay of a good day.

  • I never got a truck. So I went back to my old company and got back in the same truck

  • I was asked too many times to help off load the truck and when I said no they got real nasty by saying we will unload it when we get around to it.

  • Well for one the pay is Terrible. 12.0 hr in the warehouse. No forklifts only wheel dollies,majority of them are broken. I'm referring to the pflugervile Tx. round rock location. Needs a strict operation mgr. NOT a BUDDY.

  • I was recently employed at Jb Hunt Transport Dedicated Account out of Van Buren, Ohio
    I was offered a job starting at 59 Cpm. You might think its a better than average pay but its not. The most I ever got to drive

    in one day was much less than

    than 300 miles. Allot of times, I

    had to wait 2-3 hours to be loaded and dispatched on a paint load. They dont pay for

    this time. I ended being so dissapointed with the pay, lies, and waste of time that I just

    I had to quit.

  • Equipment problems

  • Company has amazing training for techs. Pay was just not enough.

  • J.B. Hunt is a great place to work. They treat us well. The only thing that really lacks is the pay. Its not near enough. I DO NOT want to leave the company but i cannot support my family on the pay. If i could make good money there i would retire there. The experienced drivers are making good money but other than that its not good money.

  • Way below nation pay average
    Class A drivers with min 2yrs experience should not even consider a offer unless it starts off for a minimum of 65k a year there is a major shortage of experienced drivers in the US

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