53 employees reported this benefit
20 days as a start is great.
Since Vacation and Sick are combined together, you don't really get enough days: 10 days is not enough out of a year.
17-29 days depending upon length of employment.
Great time off. Some manager will work with you.
The best thing is the wage replacement benefit and being able telecommute to continue working and learning
Vacation/PTO days roll over from year to year which is very unusual. If you quit or retire you are paid, in full, the amount of PTO you have saved up. I've had co-workers quit after 2-3 years and have enough PTO saved up that it amounts to a paycheck when they leave the company. Also, I've heard of people in the company that have been there for 15-20 years that have enough to retire a year early -- basically 'retire' but use your PTO for a year [or until it runs out] to still collect a paycheck.
Sufficient vacation days for work-life balance.
The amount of time off is substantial and AIR adds more PTO after years of service. It accumulates and you never lose it
There are no separate sick days.
it is a bundle of hours you can use