Your Partner for Proven Candidates and Real Career Opportunities.

We recognize that the staffing business is a unique puzzle… that we have two different clients, each distinctive in their needs. Our commitment to excellence is defined by the long term perspective of always making our recommendations based upon the best interests of both our Clients.

To our Client Companies, Bridge will always invest our resources to provide outstanding service and we will only submit Proven Candidates to your organization – we will never force square pegs into round holes.

To our Client Candidates, Bridge will always treat you as a unique human being and not a number. We will only work with client companies that represent Real Career Opportunities for you.

Contingent Staffing, Direct Hire, Employment Solutions – Has Never Been Easier!

Your Partner for Proven Candidates and Real Career Opportunities.

We recognize that the staffing business is a unique puzzle… that we have two different clients, each distinctive in their needs. Our commitment to excellence is defined by the long term perspective of always making our recommendations based upon the best interests of both our Clients.

To our Client Companies, Bridge will always invest our resources to provide outstanding service and we will only submit Proven Candidates to your organization – we will never force square pegs into round holes.

To our Client Candidates, Bridge will always treat you as a unique human being and not a number. We will only work with client companies that represent Real Career Opportunities for you.

Contingent Staffing, Direct Hire, Employment Solutions – Has Never Been Easier!

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Real Career Opportunities April 2015

Congratulations to the following Bridge Employees who have converted to our client’s core staff during April 2015. Each one has earned a permanent position at one of our tremendous clients, due to their stellar perform…

Workplace Blues, Be Gone!

By: Joe Kenny I have worked in several environments over my professional career that had a major case of what I would call the “Workplace Blues.” When I’ve found myself in these situations, I’ve always tried …