1940 employees reported this benefit
Amazon.com's salaried employees earn two weeks of vacation time in their first year of employment and three weeks of vacation in their second year. Hourly employees earn 40 hours of vacation time in their first year of employment and 80 hours in their second year. All employees earn six personal days per year.
Vacation is accrued and definitely cannot be compared to other tech companies.
Average to below average Vacation (which is more like PTO since you have to earn it to get it), PTO program is very odd...you only earn time until June then you can't earn anymore (cause you've earned the max hours per year. An employee does not have the option to change the accrual rate to earn evenly throughout the year, which is a shame)
They provide decent Vacation and PTO except that it accrues a bit slower than most would like. Work for 6 months to get a few days of time off in each category is rough sometimes.
PTO and Vacation starts to add up right away and can be used right away.
It adds up as the weeks go by.
vacation and different time off is also industry average starting with two weeks a year and have more as the seniority increase
2 paid weeks. I guess it's alright for a common worker class such as yours truly right here yup that's me alright.
48 hours of PTO per year. Vacation accrues at about 90 minutes a pay period. Also comes with blackout periods around Christmas
You get 20 hours of “unpaid time off” every 3 months When you start you might get 40 or you might get 60, depends on hire date, if that reaches below 0 your canned. 10 hours “paid time off” when you start, that’s your time to use however and whenever you want (some holidays excluded) after your first 10 (which you get each year at the beginning of the year not hire date) you get 3h 45m every 2 weeks but only until you reach 48 hours of it, you reach that 48h sometime at the end of May I believe, not the end of the year.
averaged vacation plan compared to other competitors