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13 days ago

Sr. Business Applications Analyst – easy apply

Bridgepoint Education San Diego, CA

As a Sr. Business Applications Analyst you will provide subject matter expertise for the various products and applications as well as the business… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Nonprofit Accountant

BridgePoint Associates Springfield, MA

Our client, a $50MM nonprofit in the Springfield, MA area, is looking for a Budget and Contracts Accountant. This is a terrific opportunity with a… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Disability Program Manager – easy apply

Bridgepoint Education San Diego, CA

The Disability Program Manager position is a full-time employment opportunity. This position will be responsible for managing companywide leaves of… Glassdoor


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Bridgepoint Education CEO and Director Andrew S. Clark
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    Former Employee - Rather Not Say in San Diego, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Rather Not Say in San Diego, CA (US)

    I worked at Bridgepoint Education full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Medical, dental, and vision are reasonable. If you work overtime, they pay you.

    Cons

    You are just a resource. You are not valued as a person. You have to deal with managers that are not trained on how to manage. You have to look a certain way to 'fit in'. People are stressed out and on edge all of the time. Very low morale and employees feel unappreciated. Layoffs are common. They even let people go that just had babies.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't say things in meetings like, "We are bringing sexy back." This is what one of your Vice President's said in a team meeting of 30 people. Do simple things like say, " Hello. Good Morning.", instead of walking right by your teams silently. When you have team events, don't say things outloud like, "I don't want to go and be around these people." Remember that your 'people' can hear you and watch everything you do. Get rid of the 'Love Contract'. It will stop the nonsense of so many people dating each other.

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