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.
Relaxed and stress free. Competitive wages and benefits. Easy to work with and for.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – May 24, 2018
Is one of the best companies to work for. Go out of their way to help and support you during time of crisis in your personal life. They have always worked with me when time off was needed, or change up work load and schedule to accommodate my health issues and make sure I could still make a pay check.
Flexibility, pay, benefits, time off, home time, equipment
Clueless college graduates with no work, life or leadership experience or skillsl. Poor manage training
J.B. Hunt has a lot of different divisions in it and the one I worked for, Final Mile, was a good career with potential to grow (if you are willing to relocate). Working with truck drivers can be a little rough around the edges but they like things to be organized and good for them. Was labor intensive at this job because we unloaded trucks when needed too.
Driver (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – May 22, 2018
Too much you don't get compensated for. Faulty equipment, loads with no paperwork. Most enjoyable part of the day was going home. If it can't be done with a computer, it can't be done. Too many millennials in the office.
Transportation Specialist (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – May 16, 2018
Would definitely avoid this place like the plague. Management does not care about the welfare of their people. They would give heck if you call in sick whatsoever or ask you to cover the remainder of your shift (if say you needed to leave abruptly for a family crisis).
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – May 16, 2018
JB Hunt is a large company that gives employees the opportunities to develop themselves and gives them the tools that they need to succeed. I had the opportunity to have my first job out of college with them and they spent the time and efforts to develop me and help me grow within the company.
Carrier Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 14, 2018
It's a decent job, most positions are entry level. If you're willing to relocate you will move up very fast. The work life balance among different divisions really vary. ICS = more relaxed. Intermodal = more stress.
Company Driver (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – May 13, 2018
I only made .44 cents per mile with JB Hunt. On average my take-home salary was only about 6:50 a week and it's not quite enough to live off of. It was also not uncommon to text or contact my manager and leaving voicemail and he would never respond or get back to me. Lot of times I felt like I was just left on my own
Account Specialist (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – May 10, 2018
Enjoyed working there. I had two deaths in the family in 2003 and relocated to New Mexico. Very professional place to work. Started in data entry, worked up to Accounts Specialist, then on to Senior Account Specialist. Won awards for having my reports completed in a timely manner.
PROFESSIONAL DRIVER (Former Employee) – Rome, NY – April 29, 2018
Management personnel are in charge of professional drivers though they themselves have never been a professional driver. They should be required to have a CDL themselves in order to be able to fully comprehend the roles of a professional driver and before they should be allowed to implement compliance issues regarding their drivers. If they have never performed the function of the people they are supervising, they can never fully understand the role of those they are supervising.
Fleet Manager (Former Employee) – Arkansas – April 24, 2018
I received this job directly out of college and of course pounced on the opportunity to get into the work force any way I could. Two LONG years later I felt like I had aged 20. Unfriendly environment and no room for advancement.