Sam's Club Vacation & Paid Time Off
59 of 74 employees reported this benefit.
Paid time off is available to eligible Sam's Club employees.
This information about the Vacation & Paid Time Off benefit at Sam's Club is the result of research by Glassdoor editorial staff, and was not provided directly by a representative of Sam's Club. The description here may not reflect the current Sam's Club Vacation & Paid Time Off benefit.
- Sam's Club Jul 01, 2015
You have to wait 2 years just to get 32 vacation hours
- Sam's Club May 20, 2015
up to 4 weeks off after 15 years of service
- Sam's Club May 07, 2015
Liked that part timer could begin building paid time off ... took a while, but was nice when i could take a paid vacation
- Sam's Club Mar 06, 2015
1 week after your first year 2 weeks after 2 year anniversary And after 7 years 3 weeks 15 years for 4 weeks Could be better but it is retail
- Sam's Club Mar 03, 2015
You have to put in the work hours or years to get this.
- Sam's Club Oct 24, 2014
Too difficult to get time off.
- Sam's Club Sep 02, 2014
Vacation given according to time in position. Six paid holidays per year. Must reach 15 years of service before earning 4 weeks of vacation, 7 years before earning 3 weeks of vacation. .Management Hires from outside of the company are able to negotiate vacation time.
- Sam's Club Aug 28, 2014
Once you earn it they determine when you can use it and if you don't use it by a certain time you lose it.
- Sam's Club Aug 20, 2014
Your not garunteed this time off when requested, if your manager or team leader is upset they can denigh your request and say oh well. it pick and chose by them. You can request a week with a holiday and they will give you three days of and work you every other day of your vacation just to mess with you. I know because its personally happened to me. Then they gave the week I requested off 6 months in advance for vacation to someone else who walked up the week before and verbaly asked for it off! So not fair!
- Sam's Club Aug 01, 2014
It accrues fast for hourly, for management it is ok.. you get a set amount of weeks based on the time you are with the company.