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Opportunities & challenges
BrightPool helps companies plan and manage critical projects which often require specialist expertise at relatively short notice.
Our diverse pool of contract specialists is central to our ability to adapt quickly to market changes. We work with the best contractors in the market - they are skilled, flexible, and dedicated.
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Why work with us
You get a better service
Our service levels and candidate care are second to none. We brief you properly and listen to your feedback to improve our service. Our intiutive timesheet system and fortnightly payments mean you get paid reliably and frequently.
You get one-to-one support, including pre-interview support, onsite visits and a post-placement programme. And we're on-hand to answer your specific queries.
If you are new to contracting, you can ask us for advice on things like limited companies vs umbrella companies, invoicing and interview tips.
Remediation, collections and regulatory work
Are you are a Financial Services professional who enjoys interacting with customers and has experience of remediation, collections or regulatory work?
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Financial Services Must Open-up to Improve Diversity in Recruitment
15 May 2019
Diversity has gone from a ‘nice-to-have’ to a commercial imperative for the financial services sector, especially given the FCA’s focus on culture and governance. Increased press scrutiny following the #MeToo and President’s Club scandals has helped drive the move.
CSR: Marathon-long walk around Rutland Water
2 Jul 2018
Our 2018 Charity Challenge started with individual and team fundraising activities throughout the year, including protein snack sales and a family archery day; for the big finish, we completed a marathon-long walk around the Rutland Water Nature Reserve on what turned out to be one of the hottest days of the year.