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I worked at StoneMor full-time (less than an year)Pros
The location employees were good to work with.Cons
No sales data base or computer for sales managers, defiantly not family service. All paper, phone and fax. Welcome to the 40'S. The top Sales Management (Corporate) has not kept up with sales process and is reminiscent of Glengary Glen Ross (look up on youtube, even the spoofs will give you the idea). The sales commisions are ok but the manditory discount policy is a give away on the highest commissional items (land) so the employee gives half of the sale away. The "used car policy" also gives a cheap impression to families and a slimy feeling for the employee in industry that should have some Dignity. Service to families is made ONLY to get sales and done poorly, there is no corporate training standards on in house expectation and process, that was presented.
I witnessed mass text to sales managers (all in CAPS) and abusive sales conferences that were personal degradation of managers. To say they had any feeling for their teams or people would not be consistent to their actions.
I walked away after knowing I could not work for such an unprofessional company.Advice to ManagementAdvice
INVESTIGATE AND TAKE ACTION!!!
Hire young professionals and give them the freedom to change your company to update to todays business practices.
OR SELL TO SCI AND MOVE ON.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
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The interview process starts off with a phone screen, and you are asked 5-6 questions about your past experiences and how you would be a good fit for the position. Then you move on to the next stage to a face-to-face interview. If you are selected for the position they will reach out to you to make an offer.Interview Questions
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StoneMor Partners can show you some of the best locations for an extended stay, locations where you may even want to reside permanently. The company operates more than 225 cemeteries and about 60 funeral homes in more than two dozen states, primarily along the East Coast but also in Puerto Rico. It also owns most of its properties. StoneMor sells burial lots, lawn and mausoleum crypts, cremation niches, and perpetual care. It offers burial vaults, caskets, grave markers and bases, and memorials. The company has grown since its formation in 2004, when it took over more than...