FOREMAN (Former Employee) – Jefferson, GA – December 6, 2017
Townsend is the biggest joke ever. Spent 4 years busting my butt for them only to have crew shut down and left with no job. They act like your a big family but at the end of the day your nothing but a number that can be replaced.
Foreman/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brookville, PA – October 19, 2017
Would not recommend this to other's. To many people out to get each other. Very large problem with drug use and when given the subject of confidential information intended only for safety and company policy reason's was denied and ignored in the face off danger to other's and safety precautions for other personnel. Not having a death on my hands for poor management
It's a very good company to work for they treat there workers very well
Laborer/Operator (Current Employee) – Gadsden, AL – July 18, 2017
By far the best company I've worked for they treat you good, chances to move up in the company it's a equal oppurtunity employer, if you are looking to work in a good environment for someone who appreciates your hard work it's here!
Groundsman (Former Employee) – Georgia – June 22, 2017
Always working outside. I learned how to climb trees and trim all trees off of line. everyone there is down to earth and are very nice. if you feel like you were overwhelmed they would stop to come help you. very nice people.
There is nothing fun about working for Townsend tree
Groundsman (Former Employee) – Po box7015 Muncie,IN 47308 – May 15, 2017
When I initially started working for Townsend tree it was a great job things were going well I love that the work love the people that I worked around but once I got relaxed people seem to want to be better than you there's a lot of cutthroat going on at this particular job overall I hate it this job the management is very poor some of the supervisors think that they are really Superman and it is all about them do I recommend anyone work for this company no
Tree Trimmer and climbing (Former Employee) – Princeton Ky – May 9, 2017
Tree work includes trimming, pruning, felling, and removal of trees and bushes. It involves climbing trees, using portable ladders, working at heights while using hand and portable power tools, working near energized overhead or downed power lines, feeding chippers, and other hazardous operations. Safety equipment such as harnesses, belts, tree saddles, ropes, and lanyards Personal protective equipment (PPE) such as hard hats, face shields, safety glasses, shoes, gloves, high-visibility clothing, and hearing protection.
Tractor Operator (Former Employee) – Screven, GA – April 4, 2017
I loved this job. I learned too much to even begin listing. management had some power issues but they were alright people for the most part. The hardest part was chipping brush. The best part was the amount of freedom I experienced.
Bucket Truck Operator (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – March 28, 2017
Hired a lot of Mexicans that could not speack English made for unsafe work place.When people cant under stand each other people get hurt fast and when you are droping limbs and the man don't under stand to move time for me to find another job