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Cloud Systems Engineer

Bridgewater Associates Westport, CT

• Enable the deployment of Cloud applications ensuring network security • Manage technical processes – from… Bridgewater Associates

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Engineering Manager

Bridgewater Associates Westport, CT

• Partnering with the business to build a roadmap to enable our vision while addressing key problems & pain points • Leading & taking a… Bridgewater Associates

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Product Manager

Bridgewater Westport, CT

• Defining and delivering the platform for which BW understands and models the BW global economy • Collaboratively working senior investment… Bridgewater

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Events Captain

Bridgewater Westport, CT

• Customer engagement-ensure a welcoming environment, anticipating customer needs, menu knowledge & event details • Ensure that any & all Food… Bridgewater

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Bridgewater Associates Founder, CEO and President Ray Dalio
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  • Great values, lots of ppl are overworked

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    I have been working at Bridgewater Associates full-time (More than a year)


    Due to the culture, BW has a lot less politics than most companies. You really can question decisions and people of all levels. Lots of meaningful relationships. Lots of bright people. Slackers get fired. Employees learn a lot about their strengths and weaknesses in a way that benefits them both professionally and personally.


    In an environment where truth, transparency, and excellence are touted, you still sometimes come by politics. Ideas can take a long time to implement, partially because they're probed and analyzed from every angle (to ensure they have merit), and partially b/c people are too busy to do that probing, analyzing, and implementing. People are overloaded and overworked. Intense atmosphere. Easy to burn out.

    Advice to Management

    Careful of bullies, wimps, and political people in top positions; they kill the culture. Don't burn people out. Turnover begets turnover. Allow occasional work from home; it could reduce turnover and foster the recruiting of excellent people.

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