The work is rewarding and usually interesting, but the way the company is managed affects the culture and vibe negatively
The best part of my experience at Bridge was having autonomy on my projects, and affecting thousands of kids' lives. The company is doing great things.
The worst part was, when money got tight, the company laid me off, after 4 years of ceaseless dedication. Sometimes there isn't a lot of transparency between the departments, and it can make the vibes - more... weird. A lot of people are aware that their jobs aren't very secure. - less
Prosoccasional opportunities for travel
Consshort breaks, expectations for perm staff to work min 50 hours per week