Bridgewater Associates is focused on understanding how the world works. By having the deepest possible understanding of the global economy and financial markets, and translating that understanding into great portfolios and strategic partnerships with institutional clients, we've built a distinct track record of success.
We've done this for more than 40 years by having great people operate in a culture of radical truth and radical transparency. Today, we manage about $160 billion for approximately 350 of the largest and most sophisticated global institutional clients including public and corporate pension funds, university endowments, charitable foundations, supranational agencies, sovereign wealth funds, and central banks.
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Working at Bridgewater
Bridgewater’s competitive edge is our pioneering workplace culture that relies on truthful and transparent communication to ensure the best ideas win out.
We believe meaningful work and meaningful relationships emerge when you assemble high-performing teams and push them to engage in rigorous and thoughtful inquiry.
We champion diversity because it is essential to our ability to think differently.
Our values — meaningful work and meaningful relationships, independent thinking, and creating an environment where the best ideas win — naturally lead us to embrace diversity and treasure our differences. Given our mission to have the deepest possible understanding of global economies, we seek to find, retain, and grow the best talent across gender identity, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gained experiences, and more. Unlocking the power of that diversity requires an inclusive environment. We believe that when people are truly included on the mission, they think more deeply about the best answers, and push harder on the toughest problems.
In pursuit of this vision, Bridgewater has a dedicated diversity and inclusion team reporting directly to CEO David McCormick, several affinity groups to empower our diverse communities, and a senior council charged with continuing to make Bridgewater a vibrant, inclusive community.
We cultivate inclusion because we believe people do their best work when they can be their genuine selves. By continually examining abilities and performance, we provide all our employees with the development they need to fulfill their potentials as professionals and people.
We aim to celebrate difference in all its forms while also maintaining our sense of being one community. Our employee affinity groups allow us to achieve both goals as they both honor diversity and difference, and are open to all members of the community, regardless of how they identify. Through these channels we deepen our collective empathy for the lived experience of our colleagues, and further strengthen our focus on inclusion and professional development in the workplace.
Some examples of our affinity groups include:-
The Bridgewater Black Network (BBN) connects, educates, and enriches the Black community as well as the larger Bridgewater community. BBN hosts a multitude of events and programs throughout the year to engender rich cultural and developmental experiences. In the past year, our members and allies have enjoyed a tour of the historic Apollo Theater, talks on our campus with both Former Governor Deval Patrick and educator Geoffrey Canada, and a series of discussion groups — most recently on the Oscar-winning short film,
The Women's Influence Network (WIN) strives to empower women through networking and development opportunities that help to establish and enable lasting relationships in the community. Throughout the year, WIN runs a series of events including information sessions, a speaker series, book clubs, community service opportunities, and workshops targeting the specific developmental needs of our network members and allies.
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B) Proud network connects and empowers LGBTQ+ employees and their allies to be authentic and inclusive leaders. Through professional growth, community building, and educational programs, we seek to attract the world's best LGBTQ+ talent, help build sustainable value for our people, and foster meaningful partnerships with external organizations and communities.
The Bridgewater Hispanic + Latinx Network (HLN) aims to connect, enrich, and advance the experience of members of our Hispanic and Latin American community. To achieve our mission, we focus on creating opportunities to build stronger connections with one another — understanding and celebrating the diverse history and culture of our regions — and offering unique development opportunities for our members.
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