BAE Systems USA Vacation & Paid Time Off

245 employees reported this benefit
35 Ratings

Employer Summary

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Employee Comments

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Dec 1, 2020
Current Mechanical Engineer II in York, Pennsylvania

Start with 120 hours PTO (accrued over a year each pay period), get a 4th week after 4 years, and 5th week after 12 I believe. You can also buy an extra week of PTO and if you don't use it, you get your money back.

May 16, 2019
Current ECC Service Manager in Charlotte, North Carolina

Yup. You earn it throughout time.

Nov 6, 2018
Current Business Process Consultant in Washington, District of Columbia

You get 60 hours as soon as you start and then over the course of the year you get 10 a month.

Aug 2, 2018
Current Employee

Progressive increase in time off

Jan 31, 2018
Current Employee

Combined vacation and sick leave at slightly higher than average levels.

Jan 30, 2018
Current Supplier Quality Engineer in Austin, Texas

Start at 2 wks, have opportunity to buy one week each yr

Jun 5, 2017
Former Employee

I think their vacation and Paid time off policy is average for most companies. They start you at 2 weeks a year of PTO. The cons is that they do not have a separate sick policy and the policies are not consistent throughout the company

Apr 21, 2017
Current ISSE in Washington, District of Columbia

The company has rolled up sick leave and personal time off all in one and it is only 80 hours a year.

Dec 21, 2016
Current Senior Principal Engineer in Lompoc, California

No Sick Leave. But decent amount of PTO.

Dec 7, 2016
Current Employee

2 weeks off for new employees. Vacation time is accured by pay period. You have to work the whole year until you can take full time off. Personal days cut from 5 to 3 for next year.

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