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see it for yourself. so far so good....

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    see it for yourself. so far so good.

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    kmusta naman ni dri bai?..

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    Quote Originally Posted by azeil View Post
    see it for yourself. so far so good.
    kmusta na dri bai?

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    Quote Originally Posted by appphys_sa_usc View Post
    kmusta na dri bai?
    kalooy sa Ginoo bai naa pa ghapon ko dri.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azeil View Post
    kalooy sa Ginoo bai naa pa ghapon ko dri.
    Hi Boss nanghiring nasad sila. Kumusta ka diri? Okay raba sila diri karon? Or bati gihapon ug batasan? Pros and cons please. Thank you. Dagko kaayo ug salary gud hehe

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    Up lang ta ko ani. Bati gihapon diri? Hehe.

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    Thank you for taking time to write this review. We respect all feedback and we’ll continue to find ways to improve but we are committed to creating a comfortable, transparent and collaborative environment for all our employees so I’m disappointed to hear some of your experiences. The past few months have definitely seen quite few changes as we transitioned to create an environment where people are valued and feel empowered to succeed and grow. We work hard to maintain a fun dynamic and caring environment as we grow. We genuinely care about our people and clients.

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    ako sad amigo nga web dev wa magdugay diri. wa ra abti ug tu-ig.

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    As the co-founder of Bridge, I can tell you the only people weíve asked to leave the company are those who committed fraud and that was years ago before we hired the current management team of superstars. Anyone else who has only lasted a month or left Bridge did so based on their own personal decision. They were not fired.

    What we think happens with engineers who only last a month or so is that they realize they are actually not as qualified an engineer as they reflect on their resume. Even with these people, who accidentally get through our screening process, we donít encourage them to leave Bridge - we encourage them to hurry up and learn how to develop software at our level of expertise - so they live up to what their resume and interview reflected. What we find is that during the interview process, most people really are open to learning new things and taking their career to the next level. But for some engineers, when it comes time to actually do the work of learning something new or taking their career to the next level, they just quit. For those, the dream of learning and growing is much more attractive than the hard work it actually takes. Much to our disappointment, they decide to quit without growing.

    Another thing weíve found is that many new engineers are not used to working within a process and testing their work, and typically struggle with the automated testing. We encourage those people to stick with it and learn how to used automated tests as it is a policy of the company. Bridge is serious about software development process and professionalism in the software craft. As mentioned above, not everyone who dreams of taking their career to the next level is actually motivated to do it when the work comes.

    The people on this discussion board donít seem to be the best source of information for making a career decision. These people donít even show their real names and real photos. How can we even tell if they are not competitors of Bridge? Some of them worked for Bridge 6 years ago for a few months. Some of them have never worked for Bridge. Someone who is the friend of a friend of someone who worked at Bridge for a month is probably not the right person to get a lot of good information for your decision. These are actually the people who know Bridge the least.

    If youíre a candidate considering an employment offer at Bridge, why not ask people who actually work for Bridge right now?

    Our first employee that we hired years ago is still working for Bridge. We have many people who have been with us for years - some for 5 years. These would be the best people to talk with. We would be happy to schedule time for you to sit down with any employee, one on one, with no management present, and ask any and all questions you have in private.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zuckerberg View Post
    I worked here last 2013 and was one of my worst experience and the worst company ever. They dangle you with big salary and with that the company thinks they can have the right to abuse you. If you are planning to apply here, please don't. You deserve a better company. Don't be carried away by their huge salary. Like the post above, I only lasted here 3 months.
    This doesn't even make any logical sense. Paying someone a huge salary so they can abuse them? What benefit would any company have by abusing someone? If the company wanted to abuse them, wouldn't they pay a LOW salary?

    Unfortunately, people who hide behind fake names on the Internet can make all sorts of false claims and the readers would not know the truth. Like I mentioned in my above post, I recommend talking to real people in person at Bridge that you can be sure they actually work there. People who have been there 5 months or 5 years.

    I don't remember ever asking anything from an employee other than to do the job they were hired to do and agreed to do. In addition to the high salaries, I know we've given countless perks of the years to show our appreciation of our employees. We paid people for no work, no pay days - special non working days. Overtime was always paid and paid at the rate set by the government - unlike some companies who don't pay overtime. We bought birthday cakes for people on their birthdays. We've paid for countless team building dinners and lunches. We've paid for weekend trips to the beach out of town. We've taken everyone out to nights on the town, including food an wine at La Vie Parisienne, and VIP areas at discos. We've paid for employee health insurance and loaned money for employees with excess dependents. Not to mention the normal Christmas parties and Christmas goodies like hams and gift baskets.

    I look forward to continuing my generosity for years to come to my fellow team mates at Bridge, and finding new ways to reward the hard work they do.

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