114 employees reported this benefit
All time is combined into a common PTO bucket. Nobody is concerned with what purpose the time is used for.
This includes anytime you are sick so if you have babies you run out pretty quickly. You will get in trouble if you run out.
6.5 hours of Pto each paycheck
My previously employer offers 20 vacation days and 12 sick days (when you first join the company); 10 bank holidays; 2 personal days. So the 20 PTO days with 1 personal day and 9 banking Holiday at Ally is really not that great. I also worked with a British bank which has a starting vacation days of 15, 8 sick days, 2 personal days, 10 banking holiday plus 1 floating holiday for Easter.
2-3 weeks paid vacation per year, depending on job and seniority. Paid paternal leave. Sick leave, bereavement, etc - they have it all.
Given on an accrual basis. (Every paycheck you get a certain amount of PTO)
Between PTO and holidays Ally offers over a month and a half of paid time off your first year and allows you to dip into the negative if need be.
Average, however, flexible work schedule
PTO starts out at 20 days off and goes up from there based on years of service.
Good vacation time after working there for 5 years