We employed many at my old job. Overall they were better employees than their American counterparts. But I agree with some of the earlier points mentioned, like the lack of loyalty and how some of them just work and work and work with no concept of if there are doing what they are supposed to do. We learned to only send them out with the tools they needed...no extra hedge trimmer for example...or else if the customer asked them to touch up a bush they would spend 6 hours trimming everything in sight Probably the biggest problem was few of them had cars, so they would all carpool in one or 2 cars and the drivers quickly learned this gave them some power, like if they were upset with something they wouldn't show up the next day and there went half the workforce. Overall pretty good employees, just some unique quirks they had that Americans don't have.