Stonebridge Companies Compensation FAQ

Read what Stonebridge Companies employees think about their compensation at the company.

Stonebridge Companies has a compensation and benefits rating of 2.7. If you want to know how much Stonebridge Companies employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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6 December 2019

What is the salary like at Stonebridge Companies?

Pros

Great Benefits for Employees and decent starting pay rate in new York city.

Cons

raises could be better for long term employees.

Advice to Management

more recognition to employees in every department and a slightly higher raise.

Great Benefits for Employees and decent starting pay rate in new York city.

6 December 2019

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5 September 2021

Does Stonebridge Companies offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

The relationships that were built over the years have been incredible with coworkers. The company used to be a welcoming and great place to work.

Cons

As many reviews state, profit is much more valuable than their employees. During the pandemic, they made everyone take a 20% pay reduction (for almost a full year), cut staff, removed 401K match, decreased cell phone reimbursement, removed transportation benefits, and cut bonuses. Health benefits are expensive leaving your net income very low with all other benefits removed. For those that stayed on during the pandemic and expressed their concerns, the messaging was "be lucky you have a job". Unfortunately, for Stonebridge, you'll notice the amount of jobs available, their hardworking employees are no longer buying into the messaging of "be lucky you have a job" and are now seeking companies that pay fairly and treat their employees appropriately. If you're considering this company for a career, I would highly recommend looking elsewhere.

Advice to Management

Focus more on your employees.

During the pandemic, they made everyone take a 20% pay reduction (for almost a full year), cut staff, removed 401K match, decreased cell phone reimbursement, removed transportation benefits, and cut bonuses.

5 September 2021

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18 September 2019

What are other benefits and incentives like at Stonebridge Companies?

Pros

Stonebridge owns 45+ hotels. People are constantly climbing the ladder and moving from property to property to grow their career. Pay was average for the role. Benefits were fine.

Cons

Guidance was non-existent. 20 minute bi-weekly calls with my direct superior in Denver. Basically thrown in the deep end, luckily I taught myself how to swim. No

Advice to Management

Focus on the people. If negative trends appear, they need to be addressed. Too many times we were swept under the rug and forgotten.

Pay was average for the role.

18 September 2019

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6 December 2019

Does Stonebridge Companies offer stock options?

Pros

Great Benefits for Employees and decent starting pay rate in new York city.

Cons

raises could be better for long term employees.

Advice to Management

more recognition to employees in every department and a slightly higher raise.

Great Benefits for Employees and decent starting pay rate in new York city.

6 December 2019

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5 September 2021

Does Stonebridge Companies offer bonus pay?

Pros

The relationships that were built over the years have been incredible with coworkers. The company used to be a welcoming and great place to work.

Cons

As many reviews state, profit is much more valuable than their employees. During the pandemic, they made everyone take a 20% pay reduction (for almost a full year), cut staff, removed 401K match, decreased cell phone reimbursement, removed transportation benefits, and cut bonuses. Health benefits are expensive leaving your net income very low with all other benefits removed. For those that stayed on during the pandemic and expressed their concerns, the messaging was "be lucky you have a job". Unfortunately, for Stonebridge, you'll notice the amount of jobs available, their hardworking employees are no longer buying into the messaging of "be lucky you have a job" and are now seeking companies that pay fairly and treat their employees appropriately. If you're considering this company for a career, I would highly recommend looking elsewhere.

Advice to Management

Focus more on your employees.

During the pandemic, they made everyone take a 20% pay reduction (for almost a full year), cut staff, removed 401K match, decreased cell phone reimbursement, removed transportation benefits, and cut bonuses.

5 September 2021

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