Mission: Everything we do is about helping things grow. Lawns. Shrubs. Trees. And most of all our own people. Whether you’re getting your hands dirty, putting some serious sweat into your project or pounding the pavement, TruGreen offers the opportunities you need to really ...
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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.
TruGreen is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We encourage diverse candidates to apply.
We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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I have been working at TruGreen full-time (More than 3 years)
Financial incentives for doing quality and doing it in a timely manner and good with bonuses for customer retention and work completion percentages. The insurance benefits and 401k programs are also good. As a lawn specialist, of you enjoy working independently and working outside this job is a good fit for you.
Feedback from employee's should be taken is more readily. Also there needs to be better communication and care taken with the customers.
Advice to Management
Simple problems with customers become long drawn out processes that could be fixed easily with better customer service systems.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at TruGreen.
I applied and he reached out via email to set up a time to talk. The recruiter was very unprofessional in his role and does not understand the call scheduling software and the basic time zones/scheduling. We agreed to a call at 10:30 EST today. The call invite was scheduled for 12:00-12:30 pm (no time zone noted) When I emailed to follow up to clarify, he said "yes, 9:30am your time". ??? He did not call. When I followed up at apx. noon (EST) today, he said that he double booked. No apology for his scheduling issue or missing the call that he set up. I was walking into an interview that I had already scheduled, so I was unable to take a call, and offered to take the call within an hour. At that point I asked for some details (starting salary for the position). He only replied with the information that he only had one time open for a face to face interview next week and that he needed to conduct the 15 min. call prior. I understand that mistakes happen; no problem. However, he was less than professional with his response. Where it looks like he is new in his role, I thought you may want to know to pass this along to the proper channels. He is not representing the company well.
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