181 employees reported this benefit
Broadcome employees are eligible for 10 days of paid vacation during the first year of employment.
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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.
Very open and good vacation & time off plan
you can take vacation as long as your manager approves it.
No accruals. Work it out with manager who are generally flexible.
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.
It's unlimited, but does not accrue, so employees are motivated to take much-needed time off as long as they get their jobs done and meet schedule.
No vacation accruing. Taking time frowned up.
Unlimited days of vacation. Enough said.
This heavily depends upon your direct manager
"Unlimited" vacation time and standard PTO.