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23 days ago

Accounts Payable Coordinator – easy apply

Bridgepoint Education San Diego, CA

• Process payments, including recording electronic payments. Additional Job Duties (include but are not limited to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Performance Talent Consultant – easy apply

Bridgepoint Education San Diego, CA

• Uses independent judgment and decision making to create and manage roadmaps that aligns to the organization’s strategic objectives and department… Glassdoor

8 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

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Bridgepoint Education CEO and Director Andrew S. Clark
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    Poor, unprofessional first-line management and little regard for employees.

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    Former Employee - Student Services in San Diego, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Student Services in San Diego, CA (US)

    I worked at Bridgepoint Education full-time (more than 3 years)


    Pretty good pay, and OK benefits.
    Good work-life balance.
    Free tuition benefit.


    Management is often more concerned with their own advancement (Empire Building).
    Employees are NOT treated well (Repeated mass layoffs, favoritism by managers and directors is rampant).
    Management is often not held accountable outside of hitting "numbers".
    The wrong people are promoted up into the ranks of middle management.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider a major shake-up in the management ranks, and yes, starting with the CEO. Look back at the last six years and note the company's performance, the numerous (and quite avoidable) lawsuits, failed "Best-in-Class" initiatives (laying off the "bottom 10%" of all employees each year), and near disastrous failure to achieve WASC accreditation on the first attempt, and most recently, the company missing a required 10K filing and having to re-state several years of earnings statements. Management is hired by the shareholders to successfully manage the enterprise. This requires that the right people be selected and put in place. To a significant degree, I don't think that this has happened at Bridgepoint Education.

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