Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – December 11, 2018
It’s all a number game. You work in the heat all day. If you get a sale and the customer don’t answer the audit call. The Sales Manager would call us in the field and say your customer didn’t answer the audit call. Have them to call in. Just too much for 500 per week. You’ll be working about 50-55 per week. For the amount of hours you better off working at Walmart
Customer Service (Current Employee) – randolph, nj – December 7, 2018
not enough training for what is expected. very strict attendance, very strict goals. supposed team oriented but during the customer call center there is not much down time to have team experiences. individual incoming calls.
Field sales supervisor (Former Employee) – Winter Park, FL – December 7, 2018
Employers expect 10000% out of people which is good if you're a workaholic but the days are long and you'll never do anything but work. You get lots of Saturdays even if you're performing and your team isn't. You can make a hundred deals a week and still not be ahead on your quota because your team just sucks.
Good pay, hour lunch, paid vacation days and holidays etc, salary plus commission with bonuses
Bonuses end after first 2 months. Management isn't very good, little guidance and no residuals.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Malvern, PA – December 4, 2018
It was my first shirt&tie job after Pitt. When I started, we were a Chemlawn branch bought out by Servicemaster. My immediate boss was green but a straight shooter who would stick up for his flock. Initially the commissions were excellent because we worked autonomously as Tru Green/Chemlawn but had not adopted Tru Greens much lower commission plan which went from 5% of total revenue each rep brought in to $50/$100/$200 per month with the$200 being max, which even as salesman of the month (6times) I only got one $200 bonus with new comm. structure, so basically we all took big paycuts or were shown the door, which lost them all their good people. I interviewed for sales manager and they brought one of theirs in from Warmonger branch. I left soon after.
Great commissions at first, on the road estimating 4hrs each day was fun, I'm a people person
New management slashed vacations, pay, long time employees, many I was close.tp
It is a good place to work, but extremely fast paced.
Lawn Care Technician (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – November 29, 2018
It’s a good place to work. Most work weeks consist of five days between 8 and 10 hours. The only downside is that they place a huge amount of work on you in one full day which can sometimes be stressful.
Customer Relations Specialist - Full-time (Former Employee) – Ankeny, IA 50023 – November 27, 2018
I had THE BEST manager in the Ankeny, IA office. Team work was encouraged which made coming to work every day fun and fulfilling. The only thing I did not enjoy was calling the same customers over and over again to upsell.
Sales (Current Employee) – Lafayette, IN 47909 – November 26, 2018
Its a physically taxing job.. long sleeves, pants and boots while walking and pulling a hose for miles a day. Maintaining the company vehicle which may or may not have air conditioning. Then we are asked to do sales while having to complete all the lawn stops in a specific amount of time.