Benefits worth bragging about.

Health & Wellness

Your health is important to us, and we offer the coverage you should expect from working for Bridges.

Comprehensive Medical Plans

Take care of yourself and your family with our comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans.

Employee Assistance Plan

The Employee Assistance Plan is there when you need it.

Additional Coverage

Sickness, accident, and cancer coverage.


Bridges offers competitive compensation and other financial benefits. After all, you take care of our clients, we want to help take care of you.


We reward great work with great compensation

401(k) Match Program

Generous 401(k) match program

Group Life Insurance

Protect you family’s health with group life insurance and income protection

Spending Accounts

Like saving money? You’ll like our health care and dependent care spending accounts

Your Future

In an ever-changing industry, it's important to keep up on what's new and critical. That's why Bridges invests in education and innovation.

Lifelong Learning

We invest heavily in our employees development and support lifelong learning.

Innovation Lab

Got an innovative idea? Come try it out in the lab.

Fun & Flexible

As the saying goes: we work hard, so we play hard. There's no doubt that we like to have a good time.

Team Events

Strong teams bring out the best in each other, join us and have some fun


Flexible time off policy allows you to relax, recharge and enjoy your way

I love how Bridges cares about the employees and goes beyond just being a good place to work. The upper management makes “making a positive impact” a priority, so I feel good about WHY my work matters to Bridges, our customers, and the world.

What’s the most exciting thing about Bridges? Possibilities! Opportunities to help our customers secure their businesses and learn impactful answers.

Chuck Faughnan, III, CEO

The Bridges saga has been a life altering experience. Coupled with my faith, it has re-invigorated my purpose and why I do what I do, not just at work, but in my life.”

Anonymous Employee