Uplight Recognized as a Best Place to Work on Built In’s 2024 List

By Kate Devitt on

Uplight has been included in Built In’s 2024 Best Places to Work list! This distinction highlights Uplight’s commitment to its employees and recognizes Uplight’s strong benefits, remote and flexible work offerings, focus on diversity and inclusion (DEI) in addition to meaningful, mission-driven work in the field of clean energy and a cleaner future for our environment.  

Uplighters enjoy a variety of benefits, including flexible work options, generous parental leave, health insurance, 401k matching, and wellness benefits.  That’s not just all talk: Uplight is a certified B-Corp, demonstrating commitment and transparency about people, governance, community, and environmental impact. Built In recognizes Uplight’s dedication to diversity and inclusion, not only through fair and inclusive hiring practices, but also through Uplight’s Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) including Moms of Uplight, Organized Marginalized Genders (OMG), PRISM (LGBTQIA+ and allies), Military Connection, UNA-POC (United States North American People of Color, and more. 

With a strong company culture, Uplighters feel connected to the company mission and one another. Chief People Officer Michelle Anastasi says,  “I want people to have career-defining moments of greatness during their time at Uplight – the work we are doing is innovative within an already innovative field.  We bring a OneTeam mentality to solving some of the biggest challenges to our planet; it’s so rewarding.”

Ultimately, Uplighters enjoy working in an engaging and flexible environment, all while accelerating the clean energy transition. Check out Uplight’s Careers and Built In pages for more information about open job opportunities and how to become an Uplighter!

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