9 employees reported this benefit
Solid. This part - is on par with normal standards. Since 90% of employees are remote though - it's a bit of a joke. Knowing that some of the senior staff "work" while on vacation or skiing or in France (true story) is kind of annoying. If you're at the bottom, it's a strict process - at the top - not at all.
The worst thing about the PTO policy is that you can't rollover from year to year and you don't earn that much to begin with. It is graduated so that the longer you stay with the company the more leave you earn, but the accrual rates are still pretty paltry (e.g. you accrue 2 weeks PTO *per year* for first 3 years of service).
Average vacation and and paid time off.
You get comp time for working over 40 hours/week.