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20 days ago

Inside/Outside Sales Rep (H)-101311 Base Pay + Com.

TruGreen Colorado Springs, CO

We’re seeking Inside/Outside Sales Representatives, offering competitive pay plus commission to prospect and generate sales. This isn’t your ordinary… TruGreen

7 days ago

General Laborer

TruGreen Colorado Springs, CO

include: • Reads production schedule, customer order or work order to determine items to be moved, gathered, distributed or serviced. • Conveys… TruGreen

30+ days ago

General Manager

TruGreen Colorado Springs, CO

General Managers that are hired initially enter a training program for the first five months of employment to learn our business and processes… TruGreen

7 days ago

Residential Lawn Specialist

TruGreen Colorado Springs, CO

If you love the great outdoors and want to maximize your income, you'll enjoy working for TruGreen, the largest lawn care Company in the nation. You… TruGreen

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    Current Employee - Lawn Specialist

    I have been working at TruGreen full-time (more than a year)


    For the most part you can work 6 days per week. 1.5x pay after 40 hours which is a plus. Every month if the branch is doing well with retention and sales, specialist are rewarded with a retention bonus each month, approx. 200-225 per month.


    Pay is low. They start you off at 12.50 hour which isn't the worst, but for this job it should be 15 hour. Its a tough demanding job where you have to do a ton of physical work, a ton of paper work and other tedious work.
    Equipment is average, so when one breaks guys are taking another co worker's and its a big cycle. They lure you in with saying its only going to be 4-10 hour days but its rarely 4 days a week. Always at least 5. They jam sales down your throats for Lawn Specialist. At times you have to fight tooth and nail to actually get your commission.

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    Buy more spreaders; Create a residual on all sales made for upcoming years, which will in fact raise profits and employee incentives.

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