195 employees reported this benefit
Full-Time employees get two weeks PTO a year to start
PTO only, but the policy is straighforward, but my manager had her own interpretation of the policy so be sure to read your manual.
Get time but combined with sick time and vacation
pretty good amount of pto and alt holidays for some departments
They state that they offer such and such amount of time, however you never really know what exactly you have available, as their system does not reflect correct amounts of available time. If you try to use this time and its not available, management will not let you know that time is not available , instead just short your pay.
increased time off with seniority
No paid vacation or paid time off
You have two weeks of PTO time, depending on your start date.
Paid time off was accrued weekly and was clearly tabulated at each pay period
Started with 11 days off and ended career with 29 days off after over 10 years with the company. Allowed use of unpaid days up to 5 days if needed after using all paid days or could roll over 15 days of paid time to the next year.