75 employees reported this benefit
2 weeks for new hires with bumps to 3 weeks at 5 years and 4 weeks at 10 years. Can no longer roll over annually and workload guarantees you'll be challenged to fully use it. So you lose the time you earned. Need to move to unlimited time plan.
PTO bank with a generous amount of days that starts over every spring. Not an "earn as you work" bank either, which is good. PTO balance every year is based on tenure. A couple floating holidays provided as well.
Generous PTO allotment out of the gate. "Use it or lose it" annual cycle on PTO but full balance of annual hours is available on day 1.
4 weeks out of the gate plus 1 week after year 1 is awesome....likely more time than I'd ever actually take.
Earn vacation time right away for use. Use it or lose it method.
You get 3 weeks of PTO but they do not separate it from your sick time.
PTO is done hourly which is great. If you have an appointment or something, you don't have to take a half or full day, you can take an hour or two.
we get 15 days of PTO to start plus 2 floating holidays
Good package for the vacation and paid time off.
Tech industries are starting to give employees up to 5 weeks in PTO. They only give you about 3 weeks but it also includes time you take off if you're sick