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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Stonebridge Companies.

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35 English questions out of 35

8 April 2021

What is the company culture like at Stonebridge Companies?

Pros

Management genuinely cares about growing and grooming their employees.

Cons

Employee happiness and morale is not the top priority, employee happiness and morale are often sacrificed for the sake of the budget.

Employee happiness and morale is not the top priority, employee happiness and morale are often sacrificed for the sake of the budget.

8 April 2021

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10 September 2020

What is the hiring process like at Stonebridge Companies?

Pros

Really Fantastic People at the Corporate Office - most are gone due to COVID - hardworking hotel level employees -

Cons

Horrific treatment of people and staff during COVID - have eliminated most all HR and talent roles - the comeback will be slow and painful - find another industry and employer - This use to be a fantastic place

Advice to Management

Invest in people and support them even during the tough times -

have eliminated most all HR and talent roles

10 September 2020

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25 October 2019

What are co-workers like at Stonebridge Companies?

Pros

Great colleagues, OK benefits, Opportunities for growth are there if you're fine with being a doormat.

Cons

Poor pay, micromanaging, unprofessional leaders, Little to no work/life balance, "My way or the highway" culture, Consistently being told how to do your job by persons who have no experience in your field, Senior leadership care only about customer satisfaction with little to no regard for employee satisfaction.

Advice to Management

To the leadership and human resources at the Courtyard Marriott Cherry Creek, please get your ship in order. You can't continue to put on a facade of exceptional service when your staff are constantly suffering with poor working conditions and equipment. Empower your staff to present ideas on how to improve daily operations and most of all make an effort to try and mentor your staff. Do not mistake "checking up" on people with micromanaging. Be professional with confidential information that is shared with you instead of sharing said information with other team members. That is how you will quickly lose the trust and respect of your staff.

Great colleagues, OK benefits, Opportunities for growth are there if you're fine with being a doormat.

25 October 2019

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24 November 2021

What is the salary like at Stonebridge Companies?

Pros

Decent benefit package, good people working there, pay is fair

Cons

Toxic work enviroment, poor internal communication, focus is on lining a few ppls pockets and very little concern for the employees. Hard work with minimal to no real support.

Advice to Management

The company needs to learn how to effectively communicate, share the truth about the business, and realize that money can be made while still taking care of it's employees

Decent benefit package, good people working there, pay is fair

24 November 2021

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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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