247 employees reported this benefit
Here are in 12 days a year approximately, which have to be also used for sick days and must be used if you get VTO which meabs sent home early because this is slow
Solid Paid Time Off offered for full time employees
Three weeks PTO after 90 days, expires annually with 80 hours able to carry over, but with the ability to work from your laptop on the road, you can travel even without using PTO.
Vacation time is offered, but seldom granted.
PTO is a joke - 1.5 hours per every 2 week pay period...no sick time!
You can plan great for this. You earn PTO for hours worked after 90 days of employment.
PTO accrues a little bit slow, but it's not that bad. After being in the company for 7-8 months, you may be able to take a 4-day PTO.
PTO accrues very quickly and is approved to be used pretty much any time you want to use it
Too Hard to accrue for lower level employees and new hires with no tenure.
As long as a day was available PTO / Vacation was not much of an issue, but occasionally they would deny this based on call volume for that day projected sometimes a WEEK in advance. Sometimes only based on tenure and not so much on necessity (seen a few times a coworker or two were limited because of FMLA issues).