Company needs a lot of redirection to improve. My experience was incessantly long hours with a poorly trained crew with little to no experience with the equipment, type of work, or knowledge of horticulture. Unskilled or unproductive workers had little redirection or attention paid to by management. Little to no direction or involvement from company owners and managers was experienced; workers had little to no idea as to what the actual details of the job were, designs, locations, parameters, etc. This lack of understanding of work-place culture can and did lead to a toxic environment, not helped by the physical demands of the position. Current company focus is on profit generation for upper management, not on generating a healthy, positive environment for their employees and contract gardens.
Salary is generous for an unskilled labour position, however due to the lack of experience/knowledge of crew workers, prepare to do triple the work for only a couple dollars an hour more if you have any horticulture knowledge or work ethic.