Coming up on #landscapechat - the next generation of green industry employees. Get to know the newest crop of professionals and how you can attract them to your company.
Like all industries, the Green Industry is only as strong as its people. In the June 2015 issue, "In Good Hands", Lawn & Landscape Magazine sizes up the strengths and weaknesses of the next generation of employees in the column "These Kids Today" by Chuck Bowen. Several of the new generation of employees are spotlighted in the magazine, which also features stats at the end of the story.
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Join @CoronaTools and partner Lawn and Landscape Magazine Editor Kate Spirgen @LawnLandscape for #Landscapechat on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at 11 a.m. P.T.or 2 p.m. ET. This is the Twitter chat where we come together with green industry experts and fellow landscape tweeps, each week to discuss all things related to landscape, since 2011.
Key observations on this topic will include:
- Ready, Willing and Able - Find out what fuels their ambitions and drives those students planning to enter into the green industry after graduation.
- Company Culture - Great pay is good but good company culture can be a deal breaker for students.
- Good Pay and Benefits - Students entering the green industry work force want more than a paycheck. Things like steady pay increases, health insurance and working outdoors tops the list.
- Green Industry Student Demographics - Toss out the sterotypical student demographic and be surprised who is joining the green industry work force.
- Internships - Learn why if you want to attract good employees, you better have a great internship program in place.
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