You get a good amount but have to use it for sick days and holidays as well as PTO and vacations.
Best from any job I've had so far. ~3 weeks and it increases with time.
You get about 6-7 hours of PTO every two weeks.
Trying to coordinate with other providers. If you are in direct patient care you have to make sure someone is always there. You earn more vacation the longer you are there. An extra week for every 5 years of service.
The worst thing about PTO is that your "paid holidays" are actually deducted from your PTO, so they aren't actually paying for your holiday. Say the time is built into PTO, but it doesn't reflect that.
you begin to earn day 1
Can carry a lot of time
Vacation time is about average, or maybe slightly above for the company size.
Best plan was fixed days were there and for an intern like me it was very feasible to work around that schedule.
Vacation and sick time and holidays are all rolled into one package of PTO (Paid Time Off) to use at employee's discretion, which is a plus for me as I use almost no sick time, but I've heard others complain.