Mission: We are guided by a set of core values that were organically grown by our branch teams across the country. Our values aren’t just a set of blue-sky ideas. They’re actionable guidelines for each and every team member, from the executive staff to the pros out in ...
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I have been working at LandCare full-time (More than a year)
This is an exciting environment where we are learning and growing. We have our challenges, but we are facing them as a team. There is support when I ask for it, and no shortage of opportunity.
The green industry is a challenge. Labor and a competitive market are challenges that I look forward to finding better solutions.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work. Don't stop saying thank you.
I applied through other source. The process took a week. I interviewed at LandCare (Naples, FL) in September 2016.
Branch Manager and Regional Vice President are awesome guys and proven leaders in the industry. I had an interview with the Branch Manager over the phone and it seemed to go well. Then the RVP called for a phone interview and that went well. The next day the HR department called to schedule a formal interview and flight confirmation. I flew in and toured the branch and some of the properties. A day or so later they made an offer. Awesome experience in getting to know who they are and what they stand for!
Reasons for Declining
First I accepted, but after an extensive home relocation search I declined the offer. Mainly because it was taking me longer than expected to find a rental in the Naples market considering my new financial budget that aligned with the job offer. I didn't want to string them along any longer because I felt they really needed to find someone to fill the position. I also decided to pursue other dreams that had similar risks and hope that if things don't work out I will be reconsidered. This company seems to be moving mountains by changing culture and focusing on what it takes to be the best!