The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2024

Bright Care elderly care team

We are delighted to announce that Bright Care has been recognised by the Sunday Times as one of the Best Places to Work in 2024. We were also Highly Commended in the best places to work for employees aged 55+.

Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2024

The Sunday Times said that our awards highlighted our commitment to boosting staff happiness and wrote:

“Beauty treatments, massages and meditation are among the perks here. The firm provides in-home care for older people and employees benefit from a training academy, an annual residential trip and team bonuses for signing up new customers. Two thirds of branch managers were promoted from within.” 


Tim, Founder and Managing Director was thrilled to hear the news. He said:

“This is a tremendous achievement for the company! Ensuring Bright Care is a great place to work has always been high on my priority list. I am delighted that our staff have such a positive work experience.  It is only through finding people that align with our purpose of ‘bringing joy to later years’ and four core values that ensures we can protect and preserve a healthy culture where everyone thrives.  All staff have played a vital part in staying true to these key ingredients which will ensure we continue to go from strength to strength as a business – always getting iteratively better every year at what we do and how we do it – for the benefit of both staff and customers.”

Our staff

At Bright Care we invest heavily in our staff and are incredibly pleased that our staff have voted us as one of the Best Places to Work in 2024.

Our staff are key to the success of our business and we value and invest in our employees by providing ongoing professional training and support and offering great opportunities for career development. We always encourage both personal and professional growth, encouraging our employees to become the best they can be.

We also care about our employees’ emotional wellbeing and happiness and offer a range of activities to support this including wellbeing days, branch events and awards.

About the award

Employees were asked to anonymously complete WorkL’s employee engagement survey developed by behavioural scientists, data analysts, psychologists, business leaders, academics and other independent parties. The survey accurately monitors employee engagement, wellbeing and discretionary effort in the business.

The Sunday Times were looking for organisations who scored well across the following categories:

  • Reward and recognition
  • Instilling pride
  • Information sharing
  • Empowerment
  • Wellbeing
  • Job satisfaction

Work for us

If you are passionate about bringing joy and purpose to those in their later years and are looking for a job in care that is rewarding, well paid and offers a good benefits package, apply now.

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