Laborer (Former Employee) – Sterling VA – April 22, 2015
Great Seasonal Job for those looking for work a couple months before Christmas. They have plenty of work for you to do and a lot of money you can make. They tell you that you wont really work weekends but you'll end up working mandatory saturdays (every Saturday) when closing in on thanksgiving.
Outside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MA – February 10, 2016
Worked at Trugreen for a brief period as outside sales. There so called salary is bull----- They tell you you may occasionally work a half a day on Sat. Well it was a 60 hour a week job for a salary of 628.00 a week,Before taxes. Do the math 11.00 a hour and you working until 8pm every day.
Work you to death and you are jyst a dollar sign to them.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – February 9, 2016
Great place to work for and well compensated for the service that you were selling. Great sales manager and very supportive as well. The General Manager ran a very tight ship but he kept you focused and motivated. I would work here again as a lawn technician or in some type of management posiiton. Sales was not my cup of tea.
Hard work and determination are needed for this job
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Ivyland, PA – February 9, 2016
Enjoy meeting people and helping them get the satisfaction they desire. Selling door to door is a challenge. Not much interaction with co-workers as we are all independent. Management was young and still learning the ropes but gave good guidance.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – February 7, 2016
Don't waste your time unless you like being screamed at and lied to constantly. You get years old contact lists that you are demanded to dial dial dial to customers that plead with you to not call anymore. That's if they answer the phone at all. Terrible environment. Like I said before, run away as quick as you can.
Residential Lawn Specialist Seasonal (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – February 7, 2016
A typical day was getting all work orders ready for the day. I dealt with people regarding their yards and how to maintain their lawn. I learned the types of different grass there is and relayed that knowledge to my everyday work.
home at a decent hour most days
management downloaded work that was not quality work to my standards
Warehouse Technician (Current Employee) – Merrillville, IN – February 5, 2016
its a very demanding job both physically and mentally,you must maintain a good pace in order to keep up.i learned time management skills the co workers are great and the most enjoyable you get to work outside
Technician (Former Employee) – Merrillville, IN – January 29, 2016
Equipment never worked properly, the equipment repairmen think they own the company and treat you like you're an idiot. When you let management know of an issue, they don't do anything about it until you threaten to leave. Then they act like the best manager in the world and try to make everything right. They also have filling techs who put the wrong pesticides in the trucks. Last year they killed the trees and shrubs on over 40 different properties.
Landscaper (Former Employee) – Florence, KY – January 26, 2016
I love the early shifts, and going place to place meeting new people why I do my job. I didn't like messing with the dogs in the yards I cam across more than enough. I learn how to sale and get extra money in my pocket.
Right from the start the opportunities were a falsehood.
Outside sales (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 21, 2016
Too aggressive in their approach. In the Buffalo market the weather wouldn't break quick enough so the office was the place for long, long dialing & smiling all day long. You'll destroy your car & work long hours for meager pay. Stay away.
Tree shrub specialist (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – January 21, 2016
start time is at 630 work till your done . you are expected to complete all work given to you even if its too much work or if gates are locked Any reason you bring back unserviced account is considered an excuse no mater the reason.to much micromanagement of employees ,
expectations beyond realty for employees poor customer service
Sales Professional/ Team leader (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 20, 2016
Daily goals set (WHich I Met Constantly) Was selected to take a Leadership Development course over 12 weeks. I didn't have anything that I that was hard, because I enjoyed is so much. Co- Workers were always there to help.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Grandville, MI – January 18, 2016
answered phones, navigated customer accounts, set and changed appointments as well. Co workers were friendly. Hardest part of the job was dealing with angry callers when you got multiple of them in a row.