138 employees reported this benefit
Having enough staff to cover your requested days and approval
High accrual rate, but used to be more attractive when all PTO was in one bucket. Now it's split into sick and vacation.
Holiday, personal day, and PTO
Every year you start with 40 hours hours off, and earn an additional 4-5 hours PTO every pay period and if you work any one of 7 major recognized holidays you gain additional 8 hours of pto in addition to over time pay. Bereavement varies but it is normally 3 days for a family member and 5 days for an immediate family member.
Time off, about 4hrs per paycheck Personal days, not sure but have to be used by end of year
Typlcal PTO that eats your vacation and sick time. one bank one time off.
The worst thing is to save money they decided to split holiday pay from vacation pay, so anyone laid off this year would not get any accrued holiday pay.
PTO was reduced at the beginning of 2016, the plan still not pretty good. Used for vacation and sick days. I don't have other details.
Good range on PTO and sick pay banks just didn't have the staffing in order to take it. There is a yearly cap that you need to stay under or you loose PTO accural.
VP and above cannot bank PTO hours. Certainly I have seen many companies go this route recently but it certainly seems less employee oriented than being able to maintain that PTO cushion for long-term illness or a payout when retiring or resigning.