Be prepared to buddy up with your boss if you want to get promotion
Used to be a happy, fun work environment, but new management see everyone as a number and have little respect for experience and qualifications. Bears little relationship, any more to the horticulture industry.
Sheridan sits strong with me since my childhood, back in the day it was a strong team atmosphere and a fun place to work but has become nothing more than a financial venture under the new management. if you are a passionate about your work like me, this is definitely a very bad career option. Motivation techniques, at best, if you make $10 this week we want to see $20 next week and so on.
A toxic atmosphere exists within certain areas where supervisors are ring leaders, therefore have freedom to rule as they wish; favoritism is across the board, making it very difficult for anyone not in the clique to succeed and for what you are paid here it is definitely not worth the effort when other industry competitors pay much better and offer far superior benefit packages and offer a much more modern work place.
Buildings and offices are stuck in the 80's and bathroom facilities are primitive to say-the-least!
Unfortunately, Sheridan has lost it's glow and is very definitely not the main player it used to be in the industry; there are far better options out there.
Total disconnect from present management