Community Manager (Former Employee) – Jonesboro, GA – March 8, 2017
1.General work day....9-6 2.Managing a Flagship Property 3.Balance work and life 4.Managing residents expectations with budget restraints 5.Accomplishing the goals based upon budgets and owners expectations.
Property Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 2, 2015
Tribridge was not the company for me. They have very poor leadership and do not stand by their people. I felt like they were only supportive if everything was going great on your property. But, as we all know being in our business properties go through challenges during the year. In which you rally together and tackle whatever it is. This was not the case within Tribridge. As soon as a challenge comes on they brow beat you, make you feel incompetent (no matter how long you have been in the business), and have no support for you at all. So, you feel like your job is on the line everyday. That is no way to run a company. We all know there will be good times and bad with any job and company but it's how the company reacts to these situations that tells you if you belong or not. Tribridge does not support there teams so therefore they have very talented people leaving the company. By the way, in the Open House they invite you to they say the total opposite. Just a heads up. I would not recommend joining them if you want to find a great family to be successful with, that is supportive.
Property Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 26, 2015
when I started, the company was great but then the people at the corporate office changed and it started going down hill. There is no value placed on the onsite employees. There is no recognition for a job well done and most of the onsite employees talk to other properties about how bad upper management is. It's sad.
Yearly raises and managment seems to actually care for their employees
Lead Tech (Former Employee) – nashville – May 20, 2015
I started at the bottom of the maintenance ladder, within a year of hard work i received several promotions and worked my way up to lead tech, i received yearly birthday cards and raises, the company seemed to actually care for and take pride in their employees
Summerchase at Riverchase Leasing Manager (Current Employee) – Hoover, AL – April 5, 2015
Tribridge Residential spends a lot of time and money in training their employees instead of skipping corners like most corporate companies. However, the pay is low but benefits are good. I enjoy working for my boss here in Alabama but often we feel like the step-child apartment community because Tribridge is based in Atlanta.
Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 29, 2015
TriBridge Residential seemed like a great company to work for with a great company culture, but that is not the case. They say they "value their employees" but that is so far from the truth. The bottom-line is money and that's all TriBridge Residential cares about. There is no job security and guarantee for your job one day to the next. I would not recommend working for this company.
Getting a paycheck
No job security, no room for advancement, not learning anything to benefit your career
Community Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, Georgia – July 30, 2014
I enjoyed my community and many of the people I worked with along the way. Hardest part of the job was finding out doing what you are being told to do is actually leading you to the slaughter.
Having to listen to someone talk about other managers behind their backs. Discovering you are being talked about behind your back to other managers by that same person. One side of me wishes I still worked for the company however the other side is glad I moved on not under that individual.
Broken promises. Say one thing then deny it later. (co-workers had similar experiences). Make you feel like pawn pieces.
I really don't think corporate above the Regional Manager level are aware of the underlying issue(s).
It's a shame because they are losing a lot of talent and potential for the company due to this dishonest politicking.
They have the frame work to be an awesome company. Initial training is fun!
The Management is clicky. Boken promises/agreements. Dishonesty
Assistant Property Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 1, 2014
Trustworthy Assiant Property Manger with over 5 years in Multi Family. Ambitious and self-motivated Assiant Property Manager with exceptional research and qualitative abilities. Team-oriented. Enjoys being part of a dynamic team.
maintenance (Former Employee) – atl – November 3, 2012
If ur not in the right click you wont last long. They have very un qualified personnel running their properties. No loyalty to employees. You are only as good as what you can do for them right now. Trust no one they will stab you in the back if it benefits them.
maintenance (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – September 24, 2012
While employed at tribridge my paycheck was not right for three to four months and they never did justify it. Company makes alot of deductions on paychecks without employee knowledge till afterwards. If you do try to get a problem with your paycheck worked out with corp. in alanta the head of human resources wont even return phone calls just says they will look into it. I found this to be a distressed property with a horrible management company running it . I feel sorry for the residents who maintain living there.