Bridgit, a Toronto/Waterloo-based workforce intelligence technology company that’s focused on the construction industry, is proud to announce its inclusion in the Great Place to Work® 2021 list of Best Workplaces Managed by Women, which has been compiled based on the feedback from the employees of hundreds of organizations.
Bridgit’s inclusion on the list comes as little surprise to those in the industry, as Bridgit’s founders Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake have worked hard to foster a close-knit, inclusive, and people-first working environment. The outcome of this is clear: In the past year, Bridgit has more than doubled its employee count, seen 140% increase in revenue, closed their $24M series B round, launched 36 new features and 16 integrations, and formed partnerships with ConTech giants Procore and Autodesk—which is made all the more impressive by the fact that they’ve done it in two male-dominated industries.
Bridgit is hiring for at least fifteen new roles across all departments, with additional jobs being posted weekly. A Great Place to Work- Certified™ company, Bridgit offers competitive compensation and equity, a remote-first work environment, unlimited PTO, four-hour Fridays, and free health insurance for employees and their families.
“We strive to create an environment that helps our people thrive, which means great benefits, pay and an unwavering commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion,” said Lauren Lake, Co-founder and COO at Bridgit. “We want our team members to feel like they can bring their best selves to work; so we’re constantly striving to find every way to make that possible. We consider a great working experience to be one of our key competitive advantages.”
Bridgit’s flagship product, Bridgit Bench, is the only workforce management platform designed specifically for general contractors, allowing them to put the right people on the right jobs, and at the right time—eliminating cost overruns caused by improper workforce planning. Bridgit Bench also intelligently forecasts hiring needs, allowing GCs to confidently identify and bid on jobs where they’ll be most successful.
To explore career opportunities at Bridgit, please see the careers page. If you are a general contractor interested in how Bridgit Bench can help you take a people-first approach to workforce planning, please sign up to talk to a workforce intelligence expert.
Bridgit is workforce intelligence for the construction industry. Bridgit’s mission is simple — to help the construction industry maximize profits by taking a people-first approach. Workforce Intelligence from Bridgit transforms workforce data into actionable insights that inform an organization's strategic and tactical business decisions. Bridgit is a privately held company, having raised over $43.5 million CAD in equity financing, with capital from investors such as Autodesk, BDC Capital’s Women in Technology Venture Fund, Camber Creek, Export Development Canada, IAF, Nine Four Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, Sands Capital, StandUp Ventures, Storm Ventures, and Vanedge Capital. Learn more about Bridgit at gobridgit.com.