I don't work for them wss thinking about it but if they don't offer company vehicle I'm not wearing out my truck just for no gas reimbursement.
Mileage in very minimal. You start tracking mileage from the time you get to your first knock until your last knock. If you are a door knocker then you won't be driving very much if at all. You park, get out, walk and knock all day. They sell you the gas mileage during the interview process but it's really nothing.
I have an interview on Monday for a sales position .
What's the base pay ?
It seems like there are a lot of negative reviews about TruGreen should I even bother?
Has anyone worked there longer than a year what did you make the first year the second year in a sales position?
They tell you they pay you for mileage but I haven't seen a dime. Keep asking about it and they keep giving me the runaround. Not worth your time unless you're truly desperate for a job. Even then you could probably find something better with the hours they make you work you're lucky to average $10/hour with no overtime pay working 6 days a week.
Sales reps will drive their own vehicles to job sites. Reimbursement is 20 cents a mile
Yes you have to use your own vehicle (speaking to sales representatives) and yes your are reimbursed for mileage.
You drive company trucks, paid by the hour. Miles don't matter.
Answered - Lawn Care Technician (Former Employee) - Rochester, MN
I drive my own vehicle.
Answered - CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Norcross, GA
I drove my own vehicle was not reimbursed for mileage.
Answered - Operations Program Manager (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN
No mileage, up to you how you get to work.
Answered - Inbound Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Lewisville, TX