TruGreen – Why Work For Us?

At TruGreen, you’ll see that you will find more career rewards – one lawn after another. Our employees work hard to do what’s best for their customers and along the way have found some pretty great opportunities for themselves.

But admittedly, it hasn’t always been this way.  

As a company, we’re on a journey to redefine ourselves and reinvest in our associates. Why? Because we know that the people of TruGreen are the backbone of our business, and it’s important that we take care of them just as they do our customers.  Our associates are critical to our success in reinventing our customer experience, and in helping us to become the industry leader we strive to be. 

As part of our renewed commitment, you’ll be rewarded with the benefits, advancement opportunities and stability only a company with 30-years of proven success and experience can provide. Not to mention the satisfaction of loving your job. We hope you’ll consider joining us in our journey, and in turn discover a career where you can be proud of the success you achieve by doing things the right way for your customers -- and you.

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TruGreen Reviews

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    Current Employee - Branch Employment Coordinator  in  Milwaukee, WI
    Current Employee - Branch Employment Coordinator in Milwaukee, WI

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


    Good management, open door. Willing to assist and answer questions when needed. Good relationship with entire staff. Overall excellent team at our branch. always hitting goals, everyone pitching in to reach a common goal.


    98% of work even in the administrative department is seasonal. You face a layoff every year which is very, very difficult financially.

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    Create creative ways to maintain administrative staff year round to cut back on turnover, cost of recruiting and training new people every year.

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TruGreen Interviews

Updated Sep 3, 2014
Updated Sep 3, 2014

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    General Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee  in  Indianapolis, IN
    Anonymous Employee in Indianapolis, IN
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks - interviewed at TruGreen in March 2014.

    Interview Details

    I applied directly through the TruGreen Careers website. I received an email instructing me to take an online assessment test shortly after I applied. Approximately two weeks later, I received a phone call from the local HR person asking me to come in for an interview with the GM, HRM, and Regional HR Mgr. The interview was relaxed and informal with very few difficult questions. Shortly after the panel interview, I was flown down to the TruGreen testing facility in Memphis. The facility appears to be a regular office on the exterior without any company markings on it whatsoever. There are multiple rooms inside with one-way, mirror-like, pictures so the staff can view your every move. The assessment lasts a full eight hours and is designed to show all of your strengths and weaknesses. I tested alongside current GM's and others applying for GM positions. I heard very discouraging information about the company from the current GM's during our breaks. Most of them seemed to be disgruntled and overworked. They spoke of high turnover rates and poor customer service in general. Regardless of how well you do or don't do in the assessment, don't expect to hear from them. I would expect a company to at least send a prefabricated email to its applicants if they decide to go with another candidate. Especially when they spend almost $1,000 in travel expenses for the assessment. I don't believe it would've been a good fit for me.

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Additional Info

Headquarters Memphis, TN
Size 5000+ Employees
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

TruGreen provides landscape design, installation, and maintenance for office and retail centers, resorts, parks, and housing developments. It offers tree care services (planting, removal, pruning, and diagnosis) and helps customers use water more efficiently through water auditing and budgeting services. It operates through TruGreen LawnCare (which serves residential customers) and TruGreen LandCare (commercial properties). TruGreen serves more than 2 million customers through some 200 locations in more than 40 states and Canada. It was established in 1973 and acquired by... More

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