Happiness rating is 52 out of 100
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  • CEO
    John Cowles
  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
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Installation & Maintenance

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Salary estimated from 28.8K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.


Employees at TruGreen have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.
Retirement plan
Health insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Paid time off
401k matching
Employee discount
Monthly bonus
Weekly bonus
Professional development assistance
Tuition reimbursement
Health savings account
Flexible spending account

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 3.8K reviews and is evolving.


Sales Associate in Sterling, VA
on January 11, 2020
Hard work but it pays well and the hours vary. Some outside work is also required but you get to meet some very interesting people. You are inside when the weather in not good.
Customer Service Representative in Lititz, PA
on September 20, 2021
Overall, this was a decent place to work. I had some great coworkers and a really good manager. Something that I didn't like was the work/life balance. They almost made you feel like you owed them your life, I personally had medical issues that I needed to attend to and could never get off. It was use the PTO that I earned or if I ran out then I had to take a point. The best part of the job was the people in the company, and the worst part was the work/life balance and the stressors of getting screamed at all day because someone's lawn isn't green enough.
Lawn Care Specialist in Syracuse, NY
on September 19, 2021
the management is always up your rear end stalking every move you make. for the amount of work you’re expected to do in one day is way too much for the small pay rate they offer.
Spray Technician in Portland, ME
on September 19, 2021
They expect you too help them rip off all of their customers. They set you up to fail then ride you for not reaching impossible goals. They want more done. Not good work. Just more. Upper management is a complete incompetent outfit.
Tree and Shrub Specialist in Cary, NC
on September 16, 2021
I've worked with the company for more than 5 years and currently still work there. As a whole I love my job, that fact of working by myself is nice, enjoyable weather sometimes and some very nice customers. But the durations for most of the properties are off even if it's only off a few minutes at the end of day you'll end up being 30-45 minutes behind. The "set work hours" are 7am- 6pm however you'll sometimes have more hours of planned work then what you can physically complete in a day. If you can't handle alot of walking and I mean 8-12 MILES a day this won't be a good fit, working in really hot and humid weather, or really cold, or working in rain again not the job for you. Now you will definitely get hours so much so that you wont have a life outside of work. But they'll give you Gatorade and icecream sometimes I guess to make up for taking all of your time.

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Interview insights

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

How old are you? Do you have a valid driver's license? Do you have any lawn experience?

Shared on January 27, 2021

One of the phone interviews was an hour and half long and included many questions about past employment and included questions about how did I handle tough customers in other customer service positions. What were some hard problems that I took care of. Obviously, in an hour and a half, there was a lot of questions and I don't remember them all. For my in person interview I brought along achievement certificates that I had obtained at other jobs and also talked about a personality analysis that I had taken where it showed that my best skill was problem solving. I had ranked a very high 75% for problem solving on that analysis. You can take these tests on line now and that helped me get the job, I believe.

Shared on October 23, 2020

With stand weather, ability to lift 50 pounds, get CDL

Shared on September 3, 2020

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