Greenscape, Inc. Careers & Employment - Working at Greenscape, Inc.
- IndustryConstruction & Facilities Services
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Rating is calculated based on 14 reviews and is evolving.
Great company, great employees, Great management I always felt like I could reach out to manager for anything! They have a family oriented culture. once a month they have events for employees where they play soccer and make hot dogs. Only downside was working under different weather conditions and some Saturdays.
Crew Member in Holly Springs, NC
on July 21, 2021
Nothing, every job is different. Just follow the rules and come to work on time. Don't expect an special treatment. Learn the equipment fast and safely.
Landscaper/Laborer in Durham, NC
on July 14, 2020
Landscape Maintenance Supervisor in Sheboygan, WI
on October 3, 2019
There is no fun in the work place there. Just work as a slave to make the owner his money, owner is not nice if a employee makes small minor mistake.Salary is not the best if your forman that has quite a few years under belt. They expect so much from employees especially when it comes to the winter months doing snow removal. And they make employees buy rain gear out of there own pocket with no company reimbursement same goes with work boots.
A typical day at Greenscape digging up trenches, connect piping, etc. I learned to do all the things listed below and plenty more. The workplace culture was manly Hispanics and Americans, it was a good and well environment. Management was good, only thing that wasn't pleasant was the low pay. Nothing was hard about the job and the most enjoyable part was everything.
Landscaper in Las Vegas, NV
on September 8, 2019
HERE IS YOUR WARNING!! They promise you a raise when the new budget comes out but you don't get it. They have favorite employees, if you dont brown nose then your not going to get anywhere. If you like to be treated like a second class citizen then you'll like it here. They have one Project Manager that will treat you bad, horrible attitude, he will curse you out if HE is having a bad day. If you mess up one time go ahead and start looking for another job, because they will be looking for the smallest thing to fire you over. They pay the Mexican seasonal guys that they bring over more than the laborers that are there all season. Management is never on the same page, one Project Manager will approve a day off and when you comeback your getting fussed at by another one because the managers did not communicate. The laborers are great guys but get paid horribly. If you like busting your butt for $12.00 an hour this is the job for you (it may say $14.00 an hour but that is a lie, trust me please). Laborers should make way more than what they make, they are the hardest working ones there. The only way to move up in this company is if you brown nose. People move up in the company that have lost commercial properties and have literally been asked to leave a property halfway through a job. A lot of illegal substances are used and sold through the employees, bad thing is is that upper management knows about it and does absolutely nothing. Don't expect to have a home life you will work from sun up to sundown. If your a Foreman you will make sorta decent money. Also, I was not fired from the company. I quit because of the horrible work environment.
Former Employee in Holly Springs, NC
on May 18, 2019
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