The specialist mortgage distributor received a three-star best companies accreditation, the highest quality mark possible.
Brightstar was an early adopter of the Women in Finance Charter and has been a trailblazer and ambassador for the campaign.
“We are absolutely delighted to have received the fantastic news that we have not only made the 2019 ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For’ list, but that we achieved first place,” said Clare Jupp, people development director at Brightstar Financial (pictured above).
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“This is an outstanding achievement that we are all incredibly proud of.
“It sets us above our peers and epitomises our Brightstar value of ‘we love what we do’.
“Our team at Brightstar shares an outstanding attitude to work and we are fully committed to giving a fantastic service experience to our introducers and clients.
“We believe that we have created a working environment and business culture where there is a strong sense of belonging and where our people feel cared for, motivated and rewarded for their contribution and achievement.
“Because of this engagement, our team work tirelessly together to make Brightstar the very best at what we do which, of course, is fantastic news for everyone who works with us.”