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Barr-Nunn Transportation Announces New Pay Program for Truck Drivers in PA and IL

| September 15, 2020

The North Team Shift + Load Pay program is rare in the transportation industry

Barr-Nunn Transportation, a 15-year Certified Top Pay Carrier announces a new pay program with weekend home time for established team drivers. For eligible team truck drivers living in the Allentown, Pennsylvania, and Chicago, Illinois areas, the company is now offering a new pay option called North Team Shift + Load Pay.

North Team Shift + Load Pay is available for Barr-Nunn Transportation truck drivers operating along the I-80 and I-70 corridor with no deliveries to New York City or Long Island. Each team member earns $275 for an on-duty shift and split $100 for each load hauled during shifts. Drivers qualifying for North Team Shift + Load Pay work Monday through Friday and receive regular weekend home time. 

“We know drivers place a very high value on three things, with one being able to plan on a consistent paycheck every week, two is having access to a solid paycheck each week and finally, quality home time each week,” commented Jeff Blank, Director of Recruiting for Barr-Nunn Transportation, “The North Team Shift + Load Pay program is rare in the transportation industry, in that it offers the most highly qualified drivers all three. I encourage interested drivers to apply as soon as possible as we expect the limited North Team Shift + Load Pay openings to fill quickly.”

In addition to the new Shift + Load Pay program, all Barr-Nunn Transportation truck drivers are eligible to earn CSA Safety Bonuses of $1,025 or $825 every 90 days. Employment packages include Paid Time Off (PTO), Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance, a superior matching 401(k) program, and paid life insurance. Barr-Nunn Transportation truck drivers enjoy 100% no-touch freight, and late-model well-equipped tractors, among many other benefits.

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