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TAG: labor

Feeling overwhelmed in your operation? You’re not alone

November 2, 2022By
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Phil Harwood shares how understaffed organizations can help employees feel less overwhelmed and how to create problem-solvers. read more

Arizona landscaping company ordered to pay $92,500 in back wages to employees

May 18, 2022By

Arizona-based landscaping company, Artificial Grass Masters of Peoria, to pay $92,500 in back wages to employees by a U.S. District Court judge. read more

Delaware landscaper ordered to pay $50,000 to temporary workers

May 10, 2022By

A U.S District Court ordered Delaware-based DeVilbiss Landscape Architects to pay $50,000 in liquidated damages to 10 temporary workers. read more

5 Questions with Josh Perkins of Plant Studio Landscapes

December 14, 2021By
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Josh Perkins, president of Plant Studio Landscapes shares a memorable day at work and what labor is like in the Muncie, Ind., area. read more

High Performance: Why it’s ‘not my job,’ until it is

November 9, 2021By
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Phil Harwood shares the dangers of the "not my job" mentality and how that can rot away at your recruitment and retention efforts. read more

What happens when a hot market meets a chilly labor pool

October 18, 2021By
Landscapers say the nonstop demand for work and the lack of workers is like a sports car out of gas. (Photo: Chris Aluka Berry)

The green industry shares what it's like to keep up with nonstop demand while also struggling to fill open roles on crews. read more