- Scott's Lawn Service30.Nov 2016
It's a negative environment that wears a person down mentally and physically.
Support from management
The longer a person works for this company, the less support and encouragement they receive from management.
The lawn techs help each other as much as possible but there's only so much help you can give because we work individually.
Freedom to work independently
Per the previous statement, we work alone but over the last 4 years micro management has gotten worse every year. Now that we've been bought out by True Green, it's even worse.
Communication b/w managment and employees is terrible and has been getting worse and communication b/w the company and customers has always been terrible and again, is only getting worse.
Attitude towards older colleagues
New techs look to us for leadership and the easiest way to do things but management tries to push out senior techs.
For the most part, if you bring in good numbers you'll get the development you need.
Overall compensation for your work
The work's very hard and the pay doesn't equal out. Smaller companies start off at least $1.50 more per hour.
Office / Work Environment
As a lawn tech, I don't work in the office but from what I hear from the office workers, it's not very good.
Management, especially corporate doesn't care about their employees life away from work or if they have any kind of life at all. We start early and work really late.
Physically demanding for the techs, mentally demanding for the office workers.
Inclusive / Diverse
Diversity is a big part of the company.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyScott's Lawn Service
- CityWest Chester
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2016