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Wednesday, September 10, 2014 02:14 PM

 

PansyOne pansy and one viola had a 100% survival rate during the 2014 Cool Season Trials conducted October 2013 through April 2014 reports Colorado State University’s James Klett.

Trials involved 66 plants and at the end of the observations, six plants were selected by the Annual Trial Garden Committee as the top-rated performers.

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014 02:14 PM

 

“The only thing that will be the same is that we always change. It’s complicated – and it’s simple.” says Terracare’s Dean Murphy about the firm that is among Lawn & Landscape magazine’s Top 100 landscape companies nationwide. Murphy spoke openly about change and the internal workings of Terracare when he was featured in a recent L&L webinar.

Embracing a culture of change will make you succeed in the future, says Murphy. One example: They blew up the company’s safety program and quit counting days without accidents. Now they reward people on the spot when they are found doing things right.

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Time/overtime costly in DOL audits Email
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Wednesday, September 10, 2014 02:14 PM


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“I thought we were going to owe $30,000 in back overtime,” said one owner of a metro Denver design-build firm.

When the US Department of Labor auditor came back after interviewing several workers, he told the owner they could just estimate an average of 5 hours per week per person for back overtime pay owed to all employees. The owner’s response? “I ran the numbers and told him $30,000 would put us out of business.”

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 05:00 AM

US CapitolALCC led a delegation of Colorado landscape professionals to Capitol Hill last week to participate in NALP’s Legislative Days on the Hill event. They visited the offices of each of the state’s Congressional delegation, meeting with legislators or their aides to discuss issues affecting landscape companies. H-2B visa program reform was at the top of the agenda.

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Written by ALCC   
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 05:00 AM

US CapitolALCC led a delegation of Colorado landscape professionals to Capitol Hill last week to participate in NALP’s Legislative Days on the Hill event. They visited the offices of each of the state’s Congressional delegation, meeting with legislators or their aides to discuss issues affecting landscape companies. H-2B visa program reform was at the top of the agenda.

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