615 J. B. Hunt Corporate Drive
Lowell, AR 72745
J. B. Hunt Quick Facts
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J. B. Hunt Important Facts
- Employs over 16,000 employees
- Operates almost 11,000 trucks and approximately 47,000 containers
- Out 12 days, home 2 days; quality weekend time off every other weekend
- Assigned late-model Freightliners
- Passenger program
- No New York City
- 98% no-touch freight
- Full benefits package
- Lucrative Million-Mile bonuses of $5,000, $10,000, $20,000 and $40,000 per milestone
- Paid orientation starts weekly
J. B. Hunt Pay & Benefits
6 to 12 months 31 cpm
1 to 3 years 32 cpm
3+ years 34 cpm
0 to 50 miles $45
51 to 100 miles $35
101 to 150 miles $25
* Monthly performance bonus, up to 2 cpm
* Accessorial and short-haul pay
* Per diem option to decrease tax-burden
* Referral bonus of up to $500 per hired/dispatched driver or contractor
* Million Mile safety bonuses of $5,000, $10,000, $20,000 and $40,000
* Annual service awards and annual safety awards
* Choice of medical plans, covering pre-existing conditions
* Dental, vision and prescription coverage
* Free health coaching and wellness programs
* Basic life, paid by J.B. Hunt
* Basic accidental death and dismemberment, paid by J.B. Hunt
* 401(k) retirement plan with company match and personalized advice
* Paid vacations annually
* Nationwide discount purchase programs with companies such as Dell, Whirlpool, and many more.
* Leave of absence (personal, medical, FMLA)
* Credit Union
J. B. Hunt Qualifications & Requirements
- Minimum Age 22 Years
- Minimum Experience 6 Months
- No DWI’s past 5 years
- No more than 3 moving violations past 3 years
- No more than 3 preventable accidents past 3 years
- No felonies past 10 Years
J. B. Hunt General Information
J.B. Hunt Transport Services is one of the largest transportation logistics companies in North America. JB Hunt was incorporated in Arkansas on August 10, 1961, and has been a publicly held company since their initial public offering in 1983. They were started with five trucks and seven trailers and is now the largest publicly held truckload transportation company in North America with annual revenues of more than $2 billion.
J. B. Hunt Financial Health
A company's revenues are the total amount of money the company has brought in before expenses. This is a good way to tell if a company is growing or not.
A company's net income is the amount of profit they've made after subtracting expenses from revenues.
A company's profit margin (%) is the percentage of profit as compared with revenues. A profit margin of 3% means the company made a profit of $3 for every $100 in revenues.
Also known as EBIDTA, it's an approximate measure of a company's operating cash flow and is calculated by looking at earnings before the deduction of interest expenses, taxes, depreciation, and amortization.
The operating margin is a measure of operating efficiency at a company. It is a percentage calculated by dividing EBITDA (Operating Income) by revenues and then multiplying by 100.
Total debt is simply the total amount of money that the company has borrowed. Naturally the lower the debt the better for any given company.
A company's total assets are everything of value that is owned by a person or company - including things like trucks, real estate, tools, and office equipment.
The debt to asset ratio is a percentage found by diving the total debt by the total assets. This is a critical measure of how much money a company has borrowed compared with the amount of assets they have. The lower the better.
Operating cash flow is the inflows and outflows of cash from the normal sales operations of a business. This is basically a measure of whether or not a company will have cash to operate its business with.
Cash flow from investing activities refers to the amount of cash flow produced from a company's investing activities including investments in the financial markets and capital assets such as trucks and equipment.
Investing cash flow results from external activities such as issuing cash dividends, adding or changing loans, or issuing and selling more stock.