Extremely fair PTO plan...15 days year one and 20 in year two.
Vacation time is negotiable and PTO cumulation increases with service time.
incremental and high cap .
It's good depending on your role. They offer at least 2 weeks off for a lower paying job and you can gain more as your role grows.
The paid time off in general is ok. Their policy on unplanned (illness) is crazy. No more then 40 hrs and/or 5 days unplanned time off in 365 days, that includes tardies. Their flex policy is 16 hours a year or 4 hours a quarter. So if you need to have a doctors appointment and want to make up time so you don't get behind etc. you have 16 hours the entire year. So if you don't want to call in sick but you want to be able to go to the dr, hopefully you haven't used your allotted time AND you have plenty of time advance notice to advise otherwise you can't even try to flex it. oh and if your sick for 5 days on one illness, that is all you get, sorry! It's not per occurrence it's each day you are gone. Hope you don't have kids or your spouse stays home otherwise you will be written up and/or fired.
you get so many hours a month depending on how long you have been there
PTO is generous and increases after year one.
accrue time each month, as well as roaming holidays