Broadcom Vacation & Paid Time Off

212 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jul 16, 2014
3.8
36 Ratings

Employer Summary

Broadcome employees are eligible for 10 days of paid vacation during the first year of employment.  

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Employee Comments

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Aug 16, 2020
Current Engineer in San Jose, California

You can take long vacation by coordinating with your manager

Jun 27, 2020
Former Technical Writer II in Plano, Texas

Technically "unlimited" as long as you have manager sign-off. Manager sign-off only needed after the first 2-3 weeks. Standard Federal Holidays for an additional 9 days (New Years Day, President's Day, Spring Break, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day)

Dec 9, 2019
Current Employee in San Jose, California

no vacation policy. its called unlimited vacation and depends on your manager. Max longest vacation with pay is 2 weeks

Jun 23, 2019
Former Employee in San Jose, California

15 days for new employee;

Jun 14, 2019
Current Employee in Islandia, New York State

The company offers better than competitors vacation time

Oct 28, 2017
Former Test Engineer in Atlanta, Georgia

Vocation policy is fake. Don't be fooled by unlimited policy. It comes down to the real workload management of your team. Depends on how busy your team usually is, you could very likely end up with less vocation.

Oct 8, 2017
Former Director, Product Management in Irvine, California

Very open and good vacation & time off plan

Jan 8, 2017
Current IC Design in Irvine, California

you can take vacation as long as your manager approves it.

Nov 25, 2016
Current Employee in Los Angeles, California

No accruals. Work it out with manager who are generally flexible.

Nov 20, 2016
Former Field Application Engineer in Austin, Texas

In theory you can take unlimited vacation/paid time of...... if you can get it scheduled.... and have someone to cover you before you ask. In other words... its a very cleverly disguised way of ensuring you never take two weeks off.

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