No Formal Days Off Policy. Guideline is 3-4 weeks. Plus 2 weeks of company shutdown in July & Dec. Plus 4 weeks of paid sabbatical every 5 years.
The vacation policy is that there is no policy. You need to work with your manager to determine what is right for you.
There are two shutdowns a year which your manager can decide if you take or not, and then your manager gets to also decide how much vacation to give you because it is "unlimited" .. except it isn't. My manager does not give us the two shutdowns unless we use our vacation time that we would normally use during the year. Adobe doesn't crack down on this.
There are two shutdowns a year which your manager can decide if you take or not, and then your manager gets to also decide how much vacation to give you because it is "unlimited" .. except it isn't.
There is none. The company closes down for 2 weeks/year (4th of July and Christmas). Any other vacation you want, you discuss it with your manager and the 2 of you agree when and how long. It's incredibly flexible and generous.
Very generous with two paid company shutdowns, as well as ample flex time off. Also, a 6-week sabbatical after 5 years of employment.
There are two weeks each year (4th of July, and between Christmas and New Year's) where most of the company is on vacation. This is great because you don't come back with a ton of catch-up. You also get 2-3 weeks of other vacation time during the year.
One paid week on July and other one on December (Holidays), paid by the company, plus up to other 3 weeks of vacations. Great!
Fantastic! love the adobe shut downs during the 4th week and over the holidays in December - it's great to not have coworkers emailing you while you are decompressing! Additional PTO is available too - although a bit harder to take if you don't focus on making sure you disconnect. Company is good at having people be your back ups.
Unlimited PTO for full time employees. Must be approved by manager.