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I have been working at Brickman full-time (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Since the merger, the company is larger and there are more opportunities. It will be necessary to scale and embrace change. Hang on!
Currently technology and processes are in the dark ages and it can't scale. Severe micromanagement. Take current management and get new. Firings of people often. Saw three people fired my first two weeks.
Advice to Management
Want to go public? Get new management from top down and integrate processes and technology to scale and develop uptodate technology and processes. Provide more autonomy and get out of the way so staff can excel and do their jobs. Realize the old way does not motivate.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Brickman (Miami, FL).
Consisting of two phone interviews and one physical interview. The process was methodical and practical. Very impressed with the entire interview and on boarding process. Highly suggest to do research on both companies. Valley crest and Brickman are becoming one company. Thus it is important to understand this information.
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The Brickman Group offers landscape design and maintenance services for college campuses, municipal properties, sports facilities, and retail establishments. It provides sports turf services such as field design and consulting, irrigation, mowing, and field maintenance for MLB and the Olympic Games. Serving thousands of clients, the company has also taken on such special projects as repairing New Orleans City Park's irrigation system after Hurricane Katrina. Founded in 1939 by Theodore Brickman, the group has more than 160 branch offices in about 30 US states. Private ...