Why work at Peel Hunt
Why work at Peel Hunt
We pride ourselves on having a culture that differentiates us from our competitors and this is what makes Peel Hunt such a great place to work. We only hire people who understand our culture and share our values. We invest in our people and ensure that staff are rewarded not only financially but with career opportunities and by having access to a range of benefits and support as detailed below.
Self-Invested Personal Pension scheme (SIPP)
Group life assurance
Group income protection
Critical illness cover
30 days annual leave
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
Health & wellbeing
Private medical insurance
Company funded private GP (Roodlane/HCA)
Annual flu jabs
Team of trained mental health first aiders
Vouchers for free tests & discounts on spectacles.
City Psychology Group partnership
We have partnered with CPG to provide counselling and support to our staff.
Corporate gym discounts (Nuffield & John Reed)
Season ticket loans
Give as you earn
Staff recognition scheme
Following 10 years service
Childcare & Family
A confidential, 24 hour coaching platform that delivers specialist working family coaching, manager guidance and wellbeing support, and has a library of interactive content on a range of topics.
Enhanced maternity & paternity leave
Compassionate leave for miscarriage
Midwifery support for staff and training courses to enable managers to better support staff during their parenting journey.
COMMITMENTS & ACCREDITATIONS
Mental Health at Work Commitment
We understand that mental health at work is a priority and therefore we recognise the importance of promoting staff wellbeing. Peel Hunt is committed to following a set of actions, organised into six standards, to improve and support the mental health of our people. As curated by the Department for Work and Pensions, and the Mind mental health charity.
Disability Confident Employer
We are accredited as a Disability Confident Employer by the Department for Work and Pensions and as such Peel Hunt is committed to changing behaviour and cultures around disability for the better, providing reasonable adjustments and interviewing disabled candidates who fit the minimum role criteria.
Tommy’s Pregnancy and Parenting at Work Champion accreditation
Through our partnership, we’re aiming to create a more inclusive working environment and promote more open and supportive conversations on pregnancy, parenting and loss in the workplace.
Recruitment privacy notice
Like most businesses, we hold and process a wide range of information, and some of this relates to individuals who are applying to work for us, whether as a permanent or temporary employee, member, contractor, consultant, agent or intern.
This Recruitment Privacy Notice explains the type of information we process during the recruitment phase, why we are processing it, and how that processing may affect you.