X-Caliber Capital named one of Fortune’s Best Small Workplaces of 2022

IRVINGTON, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–X-Caliber Capital, a national direct commercial real estate lender focused on impact lending, today announced that Fortune has honored the company as one of 2022 Best Small Workplaces in America. This is the first time that X-Caliber Capital has been nominated for this prestigious national award. listing of 100 companies coming to number 48. Winning a place means that X Caliber Capital is one of the best small companies to work for in the country.

The Fortune National Best Workplaces list is highly competitive. Fortune and his partner, Great place to work, publish the list annually. Great Place to Work, the global authority on workplace culture, selected the list using rigorous analysis and confidential employee feedback.

“What an incredible honor to be recognized nationally,” said Chris Callahan, President and CEO of X-Caliber Capital. “Our team is beyond thrilled to be the recipient of this recognition and we are more determined than ever to continue to focus on developing our corporate culture as we realize its importance in propelling our corporate success to new heights. levels. The entire X-Caliber Capital team has worked very hard to ensure that we carefully create the most positive workplace possible, and we are extremely proud of this achievement.

The Best Small Workplaces List and Great Place to Work analyzed survey responses from more than 30,000 employees of Great Place to Work-Certified™ companies with 10 to 99 employees in the United States. In this survey, 100% of X-Caliber Capital employees said the company was a great place to work.

“It’s not the size of an organization that makes it great, but how the organization treats its employees,” says Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work. “The leaders of these companies put their employees first and, in turn, achieve better business results than the average workplace. »

Great Place to Work is the only workplace culture award in America that selects winners based on the fairness with which employees are treated. Companies are evaluated on how well they create a great employee experience that transcends race, gender, age, disability status, or any aspect of employee identity or role.

This is X-Caliber’s second national recognition this year. In January, X-Caliber Capital was nationally certified as a Great Place to Work. In June, the company was named one of Fortune’s Best Places to Work in New York. To learn more about what makes X-Caliber Capital a great culture, check out our Great Place to Work profile here.

About X-Caliber

X-Caliber Capital is a nationally recognized direct commercial mortgage lender and loan servicer. We are an FHA-approved Multi-Family Accelerated Processing (MAP) lender and GNMA-approved MBS issuer, and with our affiliates, we provide bridge, USDA, and C-PACE financing solutions.

We strive to provide our clients and the communities in which we lend with the best financing solutions available to support their business goals, while focusing on some of the nation’s greatest challenges – affordable housing, the environment, care for our elders and rural businesses. By leveraging the country’s most effective private and government programs, we can harness the power of our expertise and practice the values ​​we stand for, to make the world a better place for everyone.

Learn more about X-Caliber at www.x-calibercap.comon LinkedIn and instagram.

About Great Place to Work®

Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture. Since 1992, he’s surveyed more than 100 million employees worldwide and used that deep insight to define what makes a great workplace: trust. Its employee survey platform gives leaders the feedback, real-time reports, and insights they need to make data-driven decisions. Everything he does is driven by the mission to build a better world by helping every organization become a better place to work for everyone™.

Learn more at greatplacetowork.com and at LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and instagram.

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