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What advice would you give the CEO of Naturescape about how to improve it?

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Change all of your management!! It’s all horrible. Hire more women. Change your maternity leave policies. There’s so much more honestly...

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Always remember that your employees, make all the difference, treating them well will make them want to go to work.....For You !!

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You really need to look into who your managers are and what you are doing to actively make sure that they are doing things in a professional and effective manner. Can't stress enough how important it is to have strong management as it affects the overall strength of the business.

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First, I will preface this by giving you my depth of experience in the Management field. I have over 20 years of management and leadership experience, although I will admit that it is not in the Lawn care business. Over the many years of my career I have interviewed many people. I understand the dedication and the time it takes to build a quality team and business. I myself have interviewed many people. My advice to you is to teach your management team how to successfully conduct the interview process. I interviewed with your company for a branch manager position. I spent over an hour with your regional manager answering interview questions and explain how my background and experience would translate very well into the position that your company was hiring for. At the end of the interview he asked how interested in the position I was based on a scale of 1 to 10, upon which I replied a 10. He then explained that he would want to include his boss or maybe even the CEO of the company in the decision process and would like to maybe try and set something up with them in the next week or two. I replied that would be great and look forward to hearing from him.
I felt really good about the whole thing, and I really at the very least would have expected phone call or a letter, or an email about the opportunity. I received nothing from them. I sent a follow up email explaining that I would really love the opportunity to show my worth to your company and sending him a list of my references. After a week I emailed him again also explaining my interest and thanking him for his time and that I hope to hear from him. The following week I sent another follow-up correspondence and received nothing in return. Now I understand if you decided to go with someone that was more qualified, however I do not understand the lack of professional courtesy of a return email letting me know something.

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Invest and listen to your employees, especially the ones who stick it out with you through all the changes, we knew what was going on...not some kid fresh out of college.

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Equal Employment for women. Literally multiple meetings with the VP encouraging the male Specialists and disregarding that the women Admin exist. FAIR AND EQUAL PAY!

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Your regional managers need to have more respect for the employees and not micro manage every little thing. The individual branch employees are the ones who make your business thrive.

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Listen to your employees if it wasn't for them u wouldn't be in business!!!!!

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Fix your broken equipment, listen to your employees.

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Appreciation would be nice

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