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4 days ago

Customer Service Representative

TruGreen Richmond, VA

TruGreen is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We encourage diverse candidates to apply to this position. An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative… TruGreen


4 days ago

Customer Service Representative

TruGreen Suwanee, GA

TruGreen is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We encourage diverse candidates to apply to this position. An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative… TruGreen


5 days ago

Customer Service Representative

TruGreen Round Rock, TX

include: • Answers inbound customer service calls with a warm and courteo… TruGreen


1 day ago

Customer Service Representative – new

TruGreen Alcoa, TN

TruGreen is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We encourage diverse candidates to apply to this position. An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action… TruGreen


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David Alexander
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    Not a horrible company to work for

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    Former Employee - Tree and Shrub Specialist
    Former Employee - Tree and Shrub Specialist

    I worked at TruGreen full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    It's nice that they offer medical, dental and vision benefits, even though they cost a lot. Most of my fellow employees were very nice and helpful.

    Cons

    The pay is low in comparison to the demands of the job. It is hard manual labor, long hours and usually 6 days a week. The customers can be an absolute nightmare to work with, and management is always demanding more of you. I would recommend this job to a friend only if they were desperate for work and didn't have young children at home.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Follow through and communication are the two biggest problems with this company. When you say you are going to do something than do it. If you say you are not going to do something (like make employees work a mandatory Saturday) then do not then change your mind on Thursday when people have made other plans and also have to scramble to find a sitter. Positive feedback as well as constructive criticism would be welcome as a new employee. I never knew if I was doing a good job, an ok job or a crappy job because I never got any feedback. And when I did handle a difficult customer well or fixed a problem a brief "good job" would have gone really far for moral and probably improved my work quality and output.

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