StarCompliance values a healthy work/life balance for our employees and supports a hybrid working environment. While Star's offices remain open, active, and available for use, we also enable our employees to work outside the office, without sacrificing collaboration, innovation, and productivity.
Take time for family
Family-friendly policies and a flexible work environment ensure a healthy work/life balance so you can stay focused on what matters most.
Take time for yourself
We know how important it is to recharge, and stay inspired so we offer flexible work arrangements, and paid time off, including bank/public holidays.
Stay healthy and have fun
Take advantage of internal wellness challenges, charity fun walks, company events, internal recognition, and summer wellness programs.
Supporting our communities
In addition to volunteer programs, Star is committed to supporting surrounding communities and those in need. Get involved as little or as much as you like.
Grow with us
Star continues to grow year over year. We are proud of our collaborative culture and nurture individuals and teams to grow at their own pace.
Never Stop Learning
Keep your skills sharp and your options limitless with our varied learning programs. Star helps you stay up to date with Star Seminars around the world.
Each of us is unique, whether in terms of our background, personal characteristics, experience, skills, or motivations. We value our people for the differences they bring to StarCompliance.
These differences create diversity, and this is powerful.
We are committed to promoting a working environment based on dignity, trust, and respect, and one that is free from discrimination, harassment, bullying, or victimization.
At Star we understand the importance of community and are committed to supporting surrounding communities and those in need. From honoring our Star Client Appreciation Award Winners annually and donating to their charity of choice to volunteer days and supporting local food banks - we look forward to continuing our community efforts all year round.
28 Nov, 2023
After the Central Bank of Ireland’s Individual Accountability Framework (IAF) was signed into law in March 2023, a three-month consultation process took place to provide clarity and guidance to role-holders on responsibilities and accountability. The outcome highlighted industry concerns over the number and people in scope for its prescribed responsibilities, particularly for both non-executive directors (NEDs) and independent non-executive directors (INEDs) within the Senior Executive Accountability Regime (SEAR). As a result, the Central Bank deferred the application of SEAR for both NEDs and INEDs by 12 months until 1 July 2025. The regulator cited that this delay will give both the Central Bank and regulated firms time to learn more about its implications, and the impact the new individual accountability framework will have on executives – for example, the issues with the overlap of other laws and the reconciliation over certain decision-making responsibilities.
09 Nov, 2023
Renowned for its modern infrastructure and dazzling architecture, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is an international trade and transport hub that has undergone rapid development and economic growth since its federation just over 50 years ago.