Lots of benefits at Stonebridge
Corporate company does not always show that they care about properties.
401k is matched after 3 years of continuous employment.
Lodging privilege of up to 5 free nights per year, 401(k) matches up to half of 5% after one year of employment.
The company offers the same insurance for managers as they do for hourly associates. Insurance rates are close to $600 a month for a family. Thanks to the affordable health care act Stonebridge left 100s of associates with out insurance. Forced them to sign up and pay for state sponsored
Fidelity 401(k), Cigna Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
No paid time off for sick leave or vacations available.
Best: Offer insurance, 401K and Vacation Time. Employee discount is pretty good. Worst: Completely vested after 3 years.
They have a lot of offerings... but the insurance with the best coverage is ridiculously over priced and the affordable offers hardly any coverage at all.
CON's: - No holiday pay for line level associates. They must take the day without pay - all federal holiday's are mandatory off for non operational staff & are unpaid. . - no vacation for management until after a year (and they are a hotelier....encouraging travel, servicing the travel, yet they give no days for their associates to travel) - Pay is all over the board. I know fellow managers who have been here longer, and make less, I know managers will less experience but get paid more. - I have no idea what the corporate office is like - no work from home option during snow storms - their associate rate for travel to their own hotels is $99 - much higher than Hilton's policy (marriott & hyatts too), so they are trying to make a decent profit off their associates from when they travel. no food & beverage discount when you travel - Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott all give 25% off food, beverage & gift shop) PRO's: - 401k does match
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.