43 employees reported this benefit
I don't like separate accounts for sick, vacation, and personal time. Your manager needs to know too much to take a day off.
Vacation was fair. It was given with no problem
Great for those who have worked at the company a while. Bad for those who are just starting.
2 weeks accumulated vacation when you start your ep,oyment. Vacation time increases 1 day per years served. Vacation rolls over. 1 week sick accumulation, more days accumulate per year served. 2 personal days.
The first year you accrue 10 days of vacation. Then, every year after that you accrue 1 additional day. (2 years experience = 12 vacation days accrued)
You get vacation time, sick time and personal time. It grows as you stay with the company. Make sure to use it to refresh yourself.
Vacation accrues monthly rather in one lump sum. New associates begin at 10 days per year and amount of vacation days increases yearly until 15 years, when associates max out at 20 days per year. This is very low for the industry. Sick time is separate and accumulates monthly as well. Associates begin at 2 days of Personal Time deposited on the first day of the year. With longevity, this will increase to a maximum of 4 days per year, which can be used in hour increments.
I was very satisfied the my paid time off and vacation plan. they even offer half days
It takes time to build up when you first start but you get more time off each year you're employed