excellent when compared to for-profit companies
Their PTO policy is good for people that do not have a family.
the pto system is a bit difficult to understand and salaried employees can leave after 4 hours of work a day whereas an hourly employee would need to use 4 hours of pto.
Excellent PTO accrued each pay period
PTO maxes out for mid-level or later in life RN's, should provide incentives for nurses especially in lieu of the shortage and many nurses leaving the profession. Median nurse age is 50+ at this time, so offer some incentives to stay as nurses already work holidays, off shifts and with new salary models may work for free on off-time. Hence, the shortage.
Cleveland Clinic uses the paid time off structure. It is based upon years of experience and job classification.
I feel the time provided for vacation is good, although it could always be more :-)
Generous paid time off
PTO is fairly liberal, however getting to use it can be a sticking point. There is too much leeway between department supervisors/managers as to how they manage it. If you have a manager who plays favorites, it can be a problem. There should be one policy for all.
Horrible PTO schedule unless you work here for over 15 years