Landscape Maintenance: Summer Tips
Following these simple maintenance tips can keep your landscape bright and healthy through summer and beyond.
Culture Building: Relationships and People
When Jim Kelley started at LandCare in 2015, the company was in the midst of a transition. Mike Bogan had recently been named as CEO, and the company was undergoing a multimillion dollar culture rebrand from TruGreen LandCare to LandCare.
Onboarding: Implementing Effective Practices
You put a lot of effort into recruiting and hiring new employees for your team, but the hard work shouldn’t stop there once they’ve signed on. Onboarding is a crucial step that sets new hires up for success. Proper onboarding can also help reduce high turnover rates.
Landscape Enhancements: Preparing for Spring
Your property’s commercial landscape is a physical extension of your brand. It has the power to invite, inspire, and welcome guests into your space; and, as we all know, you only have one opportunity to make a first impression on your customers.
Orlando team lights up Give Kids the World Village ahead of holiday event
This year, Santa ditched the sleigh and reindeer for a truck and trailer! Our Orlando team arranged a beautiful light display at Give Kids the World Village (GKTW), a nonprofit resort that offers weeklong, cost-free vacations to critically ill children and their families.
LandCare strives to transition all products to “caution” label
Duane Faloni, Market Vice President, discusses the benefits of EcoMIGHT’s organic herbicide and the positive results his teams have realized since transitioning to organic products.
The Big One: Everything’s bigger in Texas
Landscape Management profiles The Gaylord Texan, an award-winning property cared for by Account Manager Paul Oyler and our Dallas West team, in their latest article.
Looking Toward 2021
Landscape professionals recap the challenges of 2020 and look ahead to what might be in store for 2021. Check in with LandCare Executive VP Mark Hopkins and other industry leaders as they examine future challenges and trends in National Association of Landscape Professionals’ latest blog post.