Stonebridge Companies Benefits FAQ

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4 February 2021

Pros

-occasional free food -hotel discounts -will make you SO grateful for any other job you have -senior management (the good reviews you see) are well taken care of

Cons

-pay so low that you cannot afford the hotel discounts (you literally will make more just working at a mall) -no support with professional development (this company is ideal if you are looking for only experience and not looking for income or development.) -ZERO PTO or sick time for hourly employees (even the ones that have been there for 20+ years) -empty promises and zero follow through -expensive health insurance with minimal coverage (Rx still about $200+) -no respect of work-life balance. Management is not happy unless you work 50+ hours per week -they eventually doubled everyone’s job (managing sales for one hotel, to then managing for two) and refused to give any raise. -made everyone drive to work in the middle of a bomb cyclone snow storm, only to send them home 2 hours later without pay for the entire day. -would use grocery store gift cards as contest incentives, knowing it would work because employees struggled to pay for their own food. - you will NOT be promoted here. Period. Any person that achieved a higher role had to leave the company, and later come back and apply for the new role. Internal promotions were extremely rare -only senior management is taken care of -an old industry running on old practices

Advice to Management

None. This doesn’t affect your bottom line, so it makes sense that you won’t care. Truly unethical compensation and benefits.

expensive health insurance with minimal coverage (Rx still about $200+)

4 February 2021

Reviewed by: Sales Coordinator in Boulder, CO (Former Employee)

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