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Tiber Capital Group Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Tiber Capital Group employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Tiber Capital Group has a Senior Management rating of 4.4, and Simon Frost, the CEO of Tiber Capital Group, has an approval rating of 97% across the organization.

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How are senior leaders perceived at Tiber Capital Group?

23 English reviews out of 23

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August 13, 2021

Pros

Room for growth, great management, good benefits, the CEO is great

Cons

could work on communication and systems in place, but overall great company

Room for growth, great management, good benefits, the CEO is great

August 13, 2021

Reviewed by: Transaction Coordinator in Virginia Beach, VA (Current Employee)

November 7, 2021

Pros

I write this letter of ratification for Tiber Capital Group to express satisfaction with the company’s progress since 2018. Tiber Capital has increased by leaps and bounds through Covid and now they are on their way to being one of largest investment organizations in the country. I have been impressed with the company by the way in which they programmed and set-up our new proprietary software, the hiring of valuable employees with a culture that tops no other. Tiber will continue to have huge success in the future for years to come. The flexibility in working with our operations team has been superior to any teams I have every work with. The CEO sets the standards for a good culture with outstanding communication from the top. I would have no hesitation in engaging Tiber Capital for a quality company who creates an exceptional renovation throughout the Southeastern US. Do miss the opportunity to join the Tiber Capital Team….!

Cons

No cons for Tiber Capital Group......

Advice to Management

Keep up the incredible hiring of quality personal, who add so much value to the teams of Tiber Capital...

The CEO sets the standards for a good culture with outstanding communication from the top.

November 7, 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Vice President Construction in Phoenix, AZ (Current Employee)

July 10, 2021

Pros

Working remotely from home, decent pay.

Cons

First of all these 5 star reviews were written all in May of 2021...RED FLAG!. I've been in the workforce for 40 years and have held several management positions. I've seen it all but never like this, I wasn't a manager for in this growing company so of course you are intimindated by upper management for the simplest mistakes i.e. Crossing your "T's" and dotting your "I's" in emails for fear of being written up and being talked down to like a child. At the time there was no HR, the company was being ran with nepotisms and real workforce issues being hidden from Mr. Frost ,Some crooked upper level management have since been weeded out which I believe had been pushing the buttons of lower management to treat people the way they did. Working from home has its advantages but Tiber makes out like a bandit for that, they don't reimburse for your computer, internet ,office space and your own office supplies. The last thing I want to say is they're a fast growing company that has lost some really good people because of their intimindating style of treating people because of that you now have a shortage of employees...

Advice to Management

Listen to the "Rumors" you here.

I've seen it all but never like this, I wasn't a manager for in this growing company so of course you are intimindated by upper management for the simplest mistakes i.e.

July 10, 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Atlanta, GA (Anonymous Employee)

January 18, 2021

Pros

Working remotely can be beneficial

Cons

Quite possibly the most unhealthy work environment I've ever been a part of. Upper management exploits you and takes advantage if they see you work hard- giving you the work they themselves don't know how to do (though they'd never confess that to their superiors). There is no HR so favoritism goes unchecked and you are consistently thrown under the bus or used as a scapegoat. Upper management uses fear and idol threats to fuel poor work performance. I've never put forth so much energy at a place for such little pay and received this much mental/emotional abuse. Upper management isolates you so you aren't able to talk to anyone about your concerns or any negative interactions you've had since there is no HR.

Advice to Management

If I were the owner I'd be legitimately concerned about a lawsuit, given the interactions I've had in this company (especially without a Human Resources). So get yourself an HR. Restructure and do a delve into the managers you've instated. They are terrible at managing people. They don't know how to speak to others, delegate, and may be some of the rudest people I've worked with.

Upper management uses fear and idol threats to fuel poor work performance.

January 18, 2021

Reviewed by: Project Coordinator in Atlanta, GA (Current Employee)

January 18, 2021

Pros

Working remotely can be beneficial

Cons

Quite possibly the most unhealthy work environment I've ever been a part of. Upper management exploits you and takes advantage if they see you work hard- giving you the work they themselves don't know how to do (though they'd never confess that to their superiors). There is no HR so favoritism goes unchecked and you are consistently thrown under the bus or used as a scapegoat. Upper management uses fear and idol threats to fuel poor work performance. I've never put forth so much energy at a place for such little pay and received this much mental/emotional abuse. Upper management isolates you so you aren't able to talk to anyone about your concerns or any negative interactions you've had since there is no HR.

Advice to Management

If I were the owner I'd be legitimately concerned about a lawsuit, given the interactions I've had in this company (especially without a Human Resources). So get yourself an HR. Restructure and do a delve into the managers you've instated. They are terrible at managing people. They don't know how to speak to others, delegate, and may be some of the rudest people I've worked with.

Upper management isolates you so you aren't able to talk to anyone about your concerns or any negative interactions you've had since there is no HR.

January 18, 2021

Reviewed by: Project Coordinator in Atlanta, GA (Current Employee)

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