IGX Global, a subsidiary of ePlus inc., considers our employees one of our greatest assets. We offer a broad range of affordable and flexible benefit options to assist our employees in protecting their health, financial security, and well-being. (Below is a summary of typical benefits ePlus offers. Full plan details can be provided by Human Resources.)
IGX employees are eligible for 20 days of vacation leave.
The following are paid holidays for IGX employees:
- New Year’s Day
- Good Friday
- Easter Monday
- Early May Bank Holiday
- Spring Bank Holiday
- Summer Bank Holiday
- Christmas Day
- Boxing Day
If a bank holiday is on the weekend, a substitute weekday becomes a bank holiday, normally the following Monday.
Private Medical Insurance
IGX offers a private medical scheme through Vitality, which includes, amongst other benefits, half-price health screens, Virgin Active fitness club assessments and gym membership savings. An employee is eligible to join after three (3) months of employment.
IGX has partnered with Specsavers Corporate Eyecare to administer eye exams. If an eye exam is needed, a VDU eyecare voucher will be issued. The VDU eyecare voucher allows you to go into any Specsavers store, get a full sight and eye health check. If you require glasses solely and specifically for VDU use, you will be able to choose from their £45 range for free or have a £45 contribution towards other frame ranges.
IGX offers the following key family rights benefits:
- Maternity Leave and Pay
- Paternity Leave and Pay
- Adoption Leave and Pay
- Shared Parental Leave and Pay
- Parental Leave (unpaid)
- Request Flexible Working
- Time off for ante-natal appointments
- Time off for adoption appointments
- Time off for dependants
- Health and safety protection for pregnant workers
- Tax-free childcare
IGX offers an auto-enrollment pension scheme through Aegon. You are eligible to join the scheme after three (3) months of employment. IGX has partnered with Financial Lifestyle Management Ltd located on Moorgate, to come into the office every six (6) months or so to review pensions on a 1-2-1 basis.