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.
TruGreen customer service is fast paced. As Management is changed I can not review management. Overall I enjoyed my time with the company. The service providers were genuinely concerned with their customers. Training was offered often and you really learned the ins and outs of lawn maintenance.
lots of training and possibilities to advance great money in season
Get a route in morning leave the branch you are on your own.Usually get between 25 to 40 lawns a day.The Management is a good group of people.Work with chemicals must get DOT certification.Hardest part long hours.
I enjoy working without someone constantly looking over my shoulder, and this job fits me like a glove. It gives me the exercise that I need and keeps me healthy. It pays well and supports my family sufficiently. I arrive at the customer's lawn and provide exceptional service resulting in a beautiful lawn. It's my job to determine what is best for that lawn when I arrive. I decide wether to use granule or a liquid fertilizer, "spot treating" the weeds, as I know it is not healthy to "blanket" the entire landscape in herbicide. My mission is be egrinomically responsible and to make the lawn that I'm working on, look like I would want my own lawn to look.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Suwanee, GA – March 12, 2017
Customer Service for TruGreen is a very busy and demanding position. This is a high volume call center. The hours vary - every three weeks the schedule changes. That is probably the most challenging part of working at TruGreen.
Residential Lawn Specialist (Former Employee) – Acworth, GA – March 11, 2017
you make good money but you will never have the time to spent it. You work in all kinds of weather conditions all in the name of getting the job done as long as there is no chance of you getting hurt. you will work more than likely over 8 hours each day just because stuff happens and it will happen.
customer service rep (Former Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – March 6, 2017
saving customers (retention) and cancelling accounts daily tracers and role play assignments help assist customers with their lawn concerns sending escalations/ calling managers sending messages to specialist through computer system to handheld device
Lawn Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Alcoa, TN – March 6, 2017
loved working at trugreen, still hope to get back on. I had a sense of freedom with adventure. driving from place to place taking in the sites, working by myself on my lawns. if anything went wrong, it was on me to fix it or help solve the problem.
working for shane
would have been nice to have some help on bigger yards