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Network Engineer II – Apply on Glassdoor

BridgePoint Technologies, LLC. Chicago, IL

include: • Provides input to identifying new areas of opportunities, techniques and approaches. • Able to understand technology strategies and road… BridgePoint Technologies, LLC.

30+ days ago

Extreme Programming (XP) Engineering Java Lead / Agile Coach Consultant – Apply on Glassdoor

BridgePoint Technologies, LLC. Chicago, IL

Consultant will work with selected Agile/Scrum team members to improve the skills with respect to XP Design Principles and Agile development… BridgePoint Technologies, LLC.

30+ days ago

Senior Java Software Engineer – Apply on Glassdoor

BridgePoint Technologies, LLC. Chicago, IL

• Participate in the design and development of proprietary tools including trading, risk management, execution & marketing making, and pricing… BridgePoint Technologies, LLC.

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Michael Millhouse
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    Not bad if you are billing...

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    I worked at BridgePoint Technologies LLC full-time


    Competitive salary when I started. Pop machine in office. Company-provided laptop.


    Too unstructured. Some managers tell you one thing, others tell you something different. Too many execs, too few reliable consultants - high turnover. Projects are mostly staff-aug, where you are by yourself - no other BridgePoint people on the project with you. Lack of training gameplan. No annual reviews unless you really push for them, which means no salary increases. Too much drama in the office - partly due to higher turnover, partly because they may threaten you with legal action after you leave, and partly because the execs have a somewhat adversarial relationship with employees. They can at times nickle and dime you on benefits and expenses. No upward mobility - the position you are hired as is what you will be when you leave. They can at times have trouble finding clients - which means you could be on the bench for awhile, doing busywork under a microscope.

    Advice to Management

    Make your employees feel valuable. Reward them for their efforts. Talented employees will stay if they are rewarded, which will help you gain the trust of your clients and win more projects.

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