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.
I can't speak to other levels. I felt that the vacation & paid time off was comparable to industry standards.
I didn't like putting in request for 90 days to take a day off
Requesting vacation time was very easy as long as it wasn't during peak snowbird season.
IF you have the PTO and the schedule allows its never been an issue
they lump holiday pay into PTO, but they grant more PTO than other companies to account for it.
3 weeks of vacation leave when you first begin. And that number goes up after you gain more years of service with them.
They will always find a way to short you out of what you earned.
Cleveland Clinic would work with you in getting paid off time. It really depended on the matter and how long you needed to be off