Ascension Seton Vacation & Paid Time Off

78 employees reported this benefit
Updated Oct 9, 2018
10 Ratings

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Employee Comments

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Nov 5, 2020
Current Employee

It's kind of hard to accrue PTO. Just depends on how long you've been employed.

Aug 8, 2018
Current Registered Nurse IV in Austin, Texas

PTO is all rolled into one bank (sick leave, vacation, personal, etc). Slow to build up especially when working 40-hour weeks instead of 36-hour.

May 7, 2018
Current Employee

PTO starts around 15 days. Days accrue and can roll over between years. Only 8 days of holidays.

Apr 25, 2018
Former Employee

It took months to accrue time off. There was not much vacation time available per employee per year. This kept employee morale down.

Dec 5, 2017
Current Charge Nurse in Austin, Texas

We used to be able to cash out PTO at 100% but now it is at 90% for a cashout and once you accrue 320 hours you can't get any more PTO. We also used to be able to donate PTO to coworkers. I had a coworker who had to miss a lot of work due to a sick child and I would have loved to share my PTO with her.

May 14, 2018
Current Registered Nurse in Austin, Texas

PTO is earned by the hour, about 8 hours per 40 hours worked, for Registered Nurses

May 8, 2017
Current Staff RN in Austin, Texas

PTO is average, but constant changes to PTO and leave policy is disruptive to staff

Jan 30, 2017
Former RN Case Manager in Austin, Texas

excellent PTO and vacation package

May 14, 2018
Current Staff RN in Austin, Texas

vacation and pto is accrued with hours worked so when you use it-you are not accruing any. Also if census is low and you are cx or sent home early- you can burn through PTO quickly.

Aug 23, 2016
Current Language Assistance Interpreter Senior (Medical Interpreter) in Austin, Texas

You control your paid time off. Assign it for sick days, vacation, personal, etc. You don't have to justify.