Let’s Skype: Remote Work Expectations for Employers and Technologists

Is remote work just a trending topic, or is it a viable way of life? Through technology, a growing number of jobs can theoretically be completed without having to walk into an office at all. In most remote work conversations, the assumption is that employers instinctively recoil from the idea...

Are You Making the Wrong Decisions for Your Data?

Tech Insider Tips: BridgeView IT regularly features insight from those in the field with first-hand knowledge of the technology industry. Today’s featured author is Senior Technical Recruiter, Matt Herr. Business Intelligence. Data lakes. Edge computing. These are technology industry buzzwords that sound exciting in business plans and make for interesting...

What Happens When an Employee Becomes a Caregiver?

It’s never an easy topic to approach, but it’s an epidemic that must be addressed by companies and employees alike. As people live longer and reach later stages of life, they encounter more illnesses that require care. Right now, there are 5.7 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s, a number expected...

Technologists and Salary History Bans: Understanding Your Rights

Published on January 9th, 2019 As an in-demand technologist, do you know your rights when interviewing for your next career move? Salary history bans are sweeping across the nation, forcing employers to modify how they recruit and requiring candidates like you to stay up-to-date on the latest laws. Here in...

Mentoring Up and Bridging the Generational Gap

Many articles have been published about the different generations in the technology industry, but few focus on the importance of fostering a new era of mentorship between them. Succession planning is vital to the continued success of any company, and while it’s not a new concept, the way it plays...

13 Years of BridgeView IT: A Conversation with Chris and Tim

Published on September 25th, 2018 At BridgeView IT, we always make a point to celebrate wins and milestones for our clients, candidates, and employees. While our 13th anniversary may not seem as exciting as our 10th (or our 20th down the road!), it’s important to take a moment to reflect...

Giving Back at Foothills Animal Shelter

On a regular basis, we take time to give back to our community through Karma Days. Our team is filled with animal lovers, so we decided to spend our latest Karma Day volunteering at the Foothills Animal Shelter in Golden, CO. This excellent facility cares for over 9,200 orphaned cats,...

The 2019 Technology Salary Guide You’ve Been Looking For

Determining the right salary for a technology role is difficult at best. With an ultra-low unemployment rate and constant innovation evolving the industry, market compensation rates fluctuate throughout the year. For hiring managers, it’s difficult to know the right number to put on an offer that will attract talent over...

Is the Cloud Finally Secure?

Published on August 15th, 2018 The cloud is by no means new. Countless companies have implemented it into business operations for the many benefits it brings. 87% of those who moved to the cloud did so to improve productivity, while 81% say they did so to save costs. However, many...

Exploring the Growing AI and Automation Market

Published on August 7th, 2018 By year’s end, the artificial intelligence and automation industry will be worth $1.2 trillion, a staggering increase of 70% over 2017. With far-reaching implications that extend beyond manufacturing environments and into banking, sales, customer relationship management, big data, healthcare, and more, AI’s latest innovations are...


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10 Ways to Win the Fight for Happy at Work

Whether it is just the daily grind or a career that is less than your passion, workplace happiness doesn’t always flow naturally. The true masters of the workplace can find happiness amongst it all. So here are 10 easy tips for staying happy at work.

Career Advice, Hiring Advice, Insights

Search Without Being Found

It is common to be employed while hunting for a new job, especially if you are looking to advance your career. Here are several strategies that you can use to avoid alerting your boss or other people in the department:

Career Advice, Insights

An Effective Elevator Speech Opens the Doors to New Career Opportunities

When you are looking for a new job, networking is a critical step to help you connect with other people in the industry. You’ve probably heard the saying that you only get a single opportunity to make a good first impression, and networking with an effective elevator speech can make-or-break your job hunting efforts.

Career Advice, Insights

Your Resume has these 4 Must-Haves, Right?

Modern technology has made it easier to apply to many jobs without much effort, which means that employers and recruiters are inundated with resumes when a job opening is posted. If you want the job, then you need to make sure that your resume outshines the rest.

Career Advice, Insights

Quitting Your Job? 5 Considerations Before Deciding

Are you frustrated with your job and you are ready to make a career change?...

Career Advice

The 5 Questions To Ask In A Job Interview

When you ask questions at the close of your job interview you show the interviewer you were listening. You convey your interest in the company and showcase what a good fit to the team you would be. Your questions garner insight into how you would fit into a specific role and where you would devote your energy. Questions are critical to the success of your interview.


You Said What? 7 Things to Never Say During a Job Interview

One sentence. That’s all it takes to derail your chances at the dream job you’ve been pining after for months – maybe even years. Employers focus on why they should hire you, but they’re also looking for reasons not to hire you. Read on to find out seven things you need to keep in the vault while interviewing.

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