Installer/Deliverer (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – 13 April 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/ Dedicated Driver (Former Employee) – Forest Park, GA – 12 July 2017
For the most part I have nothing bad to say about jbhunt it's kept me afloat I get miles I get benefits my only complaint I don't like the international truck the inside is the sign small to be for over-the-road drivers
free laundry at terminal have courtesy cars and Atlanta terminal management is awesome
Management is clueless. Promised dedicated routes in state, left state multiple times. Loads aren't promised you may have to move chassis all day, for about 70 dollars that day. Don't work here management will throw you under the bus at the first sign of trouble
Intermodal Truck Driver (Former Employee) – North Baltimore, OH – 5 July 2017
Easy to get along with management. Breakdowns were tackled head on and done very quick. 2 hours tops. OBS is the system they use. Phone app is awesome. Shows your daily pay that adds up for weekly pay. Important. JB Hunt was good to me and would go back to work for them if, I wasn't able to do physical work 100%
Lots of work to go around., If you don't want to work hard they leave you alone., Safety is a big deal here.
Safety Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – 30 June 2017
Love to drive, need good benefits and good trucks. All you need is 6 months a verified driving and a clean background. Paid orientation, managers that answer the phones, people know who you are not just a number or a phone number.
Account Rep / Starbucks (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – 30 June 2017
The hardest part of this job is also the most enjoyable to me which is the constant interaction by phone, email and sametime. Constant communication with the customer and co workers are key to resolving any issues surrounding their freight.
Regional Driver (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – 28 June 2017
Company does not have the drivers back. I recently was told I would not be held responsible for a matter I had been accused of. Safety Manager told me not to worry about. Three months later I was let go because of it, only because corporate decided to pay on the claim. I was never told. management are gutless individuals.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – 28 June 2017
Starting as a regional I found didnt work for me but management was very open door to see a better fit and moved me to more dedicated local driving. Alot less stressful except the going to Chicago everyday was just to much. I was intermodal going to railyard. I got burned out with the Chicago run. Overall though it was great people to work with and the home time and paid time off was great.
Driver Recruiter (Former Employee) – Lowell, AR – 28 June 2017
I felt like I was chained to a desk. I had to ask permission from my boss to even go to the bathroom. It was very restrictive for such a entry level job. I was well overqualified an had a boss that was 20 years younger acting in a position of power who probably didn't have a degree at all. It was a very grueling position to say the least.