1822 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.
Second to none, Pappa Amazon is going to make sure you're notified often when there's VTO (Voluntary time off); there'll even be entire weeks off sometimes if you get it each day. Regarding Paid time off you have about 20-30 hours a year at Tier 1, and Vacation starts at 10 hours 'handed' to you on day 1, and it builds up over time. So you could literally take a 'day vacation' on your second week -- who else does that?
Given 15 days a year, L3 and below get better time off options.
They really want to work with your scheduele to help you get the hours you need
Minimum by law. Minimum by law.
You get a selected amount after a period of time, it would be cool if that can be increased
you get a time off balance and vacation time
everything is good in amazon
average, two weeks for the first year three weeks for the second
Lots of opportunities for time off including unpaid and voluntary (unpaid)
When an employee begins, they are allotted a number of UPT (unpaid time) hours to use at their discretion which rolls over every 6 months. I adore my job.