Keeping the employees welfare as the top priority, Entigrity, a leading offshore staffing company, announced a new COVID Support Policy for its employees. Under the new policy, the offshore staffing company will give twelve months salary to the families of employees who have lost the battle to COVID. The company will also provide children education support up to graduation level. Entigrity is a leading offshore staffing solutions provider to major accounting and tax firms situated across North America. Headquartered in Sugar Land, TX, Entigrity has five offshore offices located in India; three of them in Ahmedabad and one each in Mumbai and Vadodara.
Putting more light on the new policy, Shalin Parikh, President and CEO, Entigrity Group, said, “Our employees are our assets and their wellbeing is our topmost priority. Our new COVID Support Policy is a reflection of our commitment towards them. With the new policy we extend our support to our employee and we hope that it would work as a relief for the bereaved family members in the time of grief and uncertainty.”
In order to support its people amid the second wave of COVID-19, Entigrity is taking care of the hospitalization expenses through a group Mediclaim policy for all employees and their families. Seeing the oxygen shortage for patients, the offshore staffing firm is also planning to buy oxygen concentrators for the employees and their families.
Entigrity is working on a plan to start post COVID health counselling, especially for mental wellbeing. The company has set up an in-house gym and recreation area to motivate people to adopt a healthy lifestyle and stay fit.
Being a socially responsible entity, Entigrity had launched a Food Distribution Drive to support the underprivileged sections of the society in April 2020. Since then the company has been supporting the families of construction workers, contract workers, street sellers, rickshaw drivers, cart pullers, labourers, etc by distributing food and ration. Recently, the company extended its support to the victims of Tauktae cyclone under its food distribution drive.