You get 80 hours after your first months and have 6 months to use them or lose them. Because the gaming industry is 24/7/365, you have to use your PTO hours for federal holidays and Christmas/New Years. Also, hourly employees do not get sick days. If you want to call in sick, you either take a point against your performance (you get 12 for the year) or you use PTO hours. Only seniors and those in management get sick days. When your one year comes, you get 150 hours of PTO.
I was not eligible as a part time employee.
You get paid time off, but the rate at which you accrue it is slow. Also, you cannot take PTO during holidays or "high volume dates".
Decent, rolls over. Some departments are hard to get time off and majority you have to work the holidays you would rather have with your family. If it's high business volume you can forget time off.
A lot of opportunities to have extra PTO
Vacation time is abundant but you do have to bid for it.
Working for this place I always wanted to take a vacation. You get two weeks off for the year and you have to pretty much beg for time off and request it 4 to 8 months in advance. Terrible.
Very weak vacation policy but the industry standard.
3 weeks paid vacation, but tipped employees only get their base pay ($3-$4 for some) so really it's more like you're not making your normal pay.
I am glad they allow up to 19 days per year. However, in my case, the workload and 24/7 nature of the gaming industry could make it a bit difficult to actually use them for the purpose they were intended for.