Show Your Value: Nailing the Tough Questions in a Job Interview 

This Post was written by Scott Deutsch
Date posted: January 18, 2019

There’s no doubt that a job interview can be stressful. You want to show a hiring manager the best version of yourself, but under pressure, you might forget to mention the skills and experiences that truly show your worth as an employee. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make sure that your best […]

Chris Hughes to Present About Effective Negotiating at Ocean State PMI Special Chapter Meeting

This Post was written by Scott Deutsch
Date posted: January 9, 2019

Negotiation is a powerful tool used in a variety of professional settings. From internal conversations with hiring managers to establishing expectations in client relationships, negotiation is a critical skill to ensure individual and business success. Nevertheless, successful negotiation requires strategy and skill. Bridge Technical Talent’s Chris Hughes will speak about the power of effective negotiation strategies at […]

Brightening the Holiday Season with Toys for Tots

This Post was written by Darcy Uustal
Date posted: December 28, 2018

To celebrate this holiday season, Bridge Technical Talent decided to come together and donate to Toys for Tots. Traditionally, Bridge participates in a company Yankee Swap as part of holiday festivities around the office. This year, instead of gifting to each other, employees at Bridge wanted to give back to the community. Bridge donated gifts to […]

Email Etiquette for Job Seekers

This Post was written by Bridge Technical Talent
Date posted: August 13, 2018

  Emails are one of the most common types of communication in many workplaces, beginning with the job search. However, many people may not know exactly how they can portray themselves professionally through an email. Emails are often the first point of communication during a job search, so it is important that they are written thoughtfully and purposefully. […]