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.
Specialist (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – November 8, 2015
I'm still employed here, but that will not keep me from being honest. Overtime later in the season is good, and typically associates work 4/10 hour days, sometimes later. Benefits are good, but the pay is average. There is no support system within this company, and the job cultural is horrific. The management is perhaps one of the worst I've encountered in all my years of working.
Customer Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – November 26, 2015
Inadequate Training, misleading information from recruiter, no job security. Fun place to work but training is horrible and management is never clear on their requirements. Never advised it was a seasonal position and subject to layoff..given three day notice of lay off.
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.
Outbound Inside Sales (Former Employee) – Acworth, GA – April 6, 2016
I love talking and meeting new individual whether its on the phone or in person, in this employment I was responsible for calling up to 300+ existing customer daily to upsell them on new products for their lawn.
Lawn speaclist (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – May 26, 2016
a typical day at work consist of me coming in early doing routes how to treat custormers lawns management was great my co workers were very helpful the long hours were very hard to deal with the pay was always rewarding
Professional Sales Rep (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – May 7, 2016
The foundation of my journey started here, I was able to jump ahead and meet beautiful people while being close to management that gave me the encouragement to keep - not saling but making lives better.
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI and Jackson, MI – November 12, 2015
Long. long, long hours. 8-9 m-f and most Saturdays mornings. A bit frustrating to work for them. They have you do bidding all day long, then give you 1 hour to relax. Then, at 4, you come to the office and make calls until 9 p.m..
Decent pay, exciting atmosphere for selling.
Hours are horrible. No room for advancement. Many customers do not want them calling them.
Great work environment, solid training program, flexible hours
Commercial Manager in St. Louis area (Former Employee) – Saint Peters, MO – October 27, 2015
A great place to work, even for those with family obligations. Ongoing training and pay is base plus commission for qualified sales staff. A well trained production staff as well assures services to customers are result driven.
Aide sales to current and potential customers (Former Employee) – Hickory Hills, IL – October 26, 2015
Good job for a while. Once the season gets going, you job is to no longer focus on your quality of work on the lawns, but, instead, how many sales you get. They also schedule far too many stops per day, making it impossible to focus too much time on any particular property.
too much pressure, not enough time in the day to finish the work given.
The management is never on the same page. You can ask the same question to 3 different sup's and get 3 different answers. They are constantly changing things such as your schedule and only give you a few days notice.
Sales contest you win free stuff. Can make good money during peak season
Lawn Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Austell, GA – January 1, 2016
The job use to be a nice place to work .I learned how to identify different lawn types and how to take care of them . I would put different kinds of weed control after I identified the weeds on each lawn.
lawn tech (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – January 7, 2016
spraying of lawns. learning the difference in the chemicals and what they do. enjoyed being outside, good people as co-workers. hardest part of the job is identifying what kind of chemical would be used on certain areas of the yard.
sales (Former Employee) – loveland – October 13, 2015
Phone calls all day long. Learned a great deal about what is good for lawns and trees in our geographical area. By asking questions and listening to the customer, I could direct them to what is good for their property. Young manager wouldn't listen to my suggestions. 5 people quit over the summer because of his manipulation and lying. Wasn't an honorable man. Best part of the job was the customers thanking us for a good job.