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Sposato Landscape recognizes employees for safety, service and training

Cape Gazette of Lewes, Delaware

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Sposato Landscape recognized three employees who were credited with making summer 2015 a success servicing the Sea Colony community. The trio, Randy Garza, Javier Perez-Toledo and Carlos Velasquez, were recognized by their account manager, Cathy Freismuth, for their results in the areas of safety, service and training. "Not only are they great employees, but they are also great people," said Freismuth.

Garza was cited for his skill in training new employees. "Randy is an excellent one-on-one trainer," said Freismuth. "He's great at showing a new employee the ropes and training them in the safest way to operate equipment. And he does it without piling everything on them at once. There's a lot to learn for a new employee, and Randy has a way to teach them without overwhelming them, which really helped our employee retention this year."

Perez-Toledo was recognized for leading a mowing crew that performed their jobs flawlessly. "For the first time in eight years, we had no issues with our mowing crew," said Freismuth. "There were no instances of property damage, sod damage or customer complaints. That was all due to Javier's leadership."

Velasquez was cited for his help translating to the Spanish-speaking employees and pointing out additional training that was needed. "Carlos' many years with Sposato have given him the knowledge and experience to train," said Freismuth. "His attention to detail is excellent, and he has a keen eye for safety. He's bilingual and helps me communicate with the people. Plus he's fast. His co-workers can't keep up with him."

Velasquez said, "Just tell me where to go and what to do and I'll get it done."



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Original Publication Date: October 9, 2015



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