67 employees reported this benefit
around 22 days off a year. I wish that Sick and PTO were all the same.
They will give you days, but will not allow you to take many as you need to keep a certain amount of billable hours.
Time off is based on Manager's discretion, no limit otherwise.
Offer “infinite” paid time off. After implementing, the majority of employees took less time off and were less healthy (mentally, physically) as a result. A minority personally benefited from the system, predominately in directors, who became more absent and less available while lower level employees worked more days / longer weeks.
Lots of time off available, which you negotiated with your manager. Available time off depended on work flow.
NO unlimited PTO, hours only cross over years if they have to like in CA. Otherwise they have their own interests and do not let time roll over. Also vacation requests are looked down on.
Vacation is minimal and requests for anything over a day or two are regularly challenged.
You start of with 2 weeks and it goes up after 5 years. You do get 8 holidays and 2 floating holidays and 10 sick days.
Pretty nice, may be different in different states, however.
Lots of PTO, it just may be hard to get time off approved - especially toward the end of the calendar year. Some departments also have mandatory overtime on weekends which can really cut into PTO