What it’s like to work at the most successful hedge fund in the world, where 30% of new employees don’t make it and those who do are considered ‘intellectual Navy SEALs’
|04/16/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Though billionaire Ray Dalio avoids bringing cameras into his hedge fund Bridgewater, CBS’ “60 Minutes” got an exclusive look into the group’s day-to-day operations.
- Here’s what it’s like to work at Bridgewater, where workers are considered “intellectual Navy SEALs” and nearly one-third of new employees quit after a year.
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Many employees fear criticizing their peers and managers to their face — but at Bridgewater, the world’s largest hedge fund, you could get fired if you don’t.
Bridgewater Associates, run by billionaire Ray Dalio, has a well documented culture of “radical transparency,” where employees routinely judge each other’s read more >>>