Our Vision is to achieve vision and health for everybody. Equity is central to our work and this is reflected in our employment policies and working culture. Our people are our greatest asset and we are a mission-driven, innovative, caring and fun team.
At Peek Vision equity is at the core of everything we do and therefore we aim for our organisational profile to reflect the locations where we work.
A diverse profile of our staff is critical for us and it starts with ensuring that our hiring policies are fit for this purpose. Additionally, we value equity and transparency in compensation and report internally on gender and ethnicity compensation gaps.
Peek supports continuous development in team members’ roles, with access to training courses, leadership development and supporting further education, where relevant to the role.
Peek offers a generous benefits package to all employees, including medical and other health insurance, paid time off, pension / provident fund benefits, and a host of supplemental benefits. These benefits vary across geography according to market expectations and local labour laws.
Each employee has specified contracted hours of work. You have the flexibility to choose exactly when these hours are worked, though we will need you to be available from time to time to attend meetings during office hours.
We offer 25 days annual leave per year (pro-rata for part time employees) as well as the public holidays in your local country.
Medical insurance for you and your family together with long term illness benefit and life assurance.
Pension / Provident Fund options, with a generous employer contribution.
Generous benefits for maternity, paternity and parental leave.
Provides you with immediate and confidential help for any work, health or life concerns.
Whenever you are travelling on Peek’s business, you are covered by our comprehensive travel insurance.
Offers a tax-efficient way to obtain a bicycle and accessories up to the value of £1,000 (UK only).
36 million people worldwide are blind. Four in five of them could keep their sight with simple surgery or treatment. Millions more can't see clearly, yet need no more than a simple pair of glasses. We won't stop until everyone has been linked to the treatment and services they need.