124 employees reported this benefit
Reasonable amount of PTO accrues, hard to use it due to scheduling constraints
PTO benefit is just pitiful. No holidays, accrual rate is slow... This is definitely a "benefit" I should have put more thought into before switching jobs - you lose a lot of time off (which in turn decreases your overall salary) if you are used to having paid holidays...
accural basis but calculated on hours instead of days per pay period which makes it hard to determine how many days you can request and may have to wait another 2 weeks for a day of PTO
Must use PTO for holidays, sick, everything
The flexibility of PTO accrual is nice, especially if you've been here a while.
It is very generous and gets paid out when you leave
Pays like they claim, PTO is straight forward
Increase for time as an employee. Option to cash out at end of year. Roll over to a decent cap.
PTO must be accumulated and is used for holidays. Holidays are not paid by company.
Paid Time Off is more than enough. Because we're a healthcare system and we never close, all sick says, holidays, personal days, vacation, etc all go in one big bucket of PTO. It accrues really quickly. It feels weird "taking time off" for Christmas, but you get used to it (it's paid time off anyway, so it's not like it takes a hit on your paycheck). If you don't use all your PTO, you can roll over a total of 300 hours (37 days). If you don't use all of that, you can cash it in to get extra money at the end of the year. More than enough, even for people who travel often and for long periods of time.