In an effort to truly ‘Stand Apart’, Sponzilli Landscape Group Team Members take a day at the beginning of each season to underline our commitment to leadership, quality, relationships, safety and growth. We believe in providing the highest level of service to our clients, which is why our team annually participates in quality training opportunities to become more skilled in our craft. Sponzilli Orientation Day is an occasion for all employees to learn about our latest projects, share in best practices and implement unique and innovative training agendas.
Orientation Day 2015 began with a Welcome Breakfast and Opening Announcements from Rich Sponzilli, President and Owner of Sponzilli Landscape Group. As always, safety and how it relates to driving, equipment, and attire were at the top of the list of items discussed. Jason Sponzilli, COO, highlighted the Sponzilli Company Policies about truck and equipment maintenance, daily organizational duties, and personal appearance.
Next, Team Members broke into groups and moved from station-to-station participating in equipment training opportunities, green initiatives and Company Policy discussions regarding paperwork and attendance.
After Team Members had completed all stations, Daniel Sponzilli, CEO, began a tour of the Sponzilli Grounds which included the shop and yard areas. Respect, professionalism and responsibility were discussed during the walk through. A Sponzilli Team photo was taken to launch the 2015 Season and the day concluded with Team Members performing routine maintenance on all equipment.
“Sponzilli Landscape Group’s Team of highly-trained and learned professionals develop leadership within our industry by being innovators who embrace planning and forward thinking. We strive, throughout all of our interactions, to be positive and progressive experts in our field. Orientation Day is a time when our entire team can come together and share in our mission as one large group. We are proud of our employees and enjoy the occasions were we get to work closely with them to ‘Stand Apart’ as a company.”