you acquire time off instead of recieving up front
Very generous amount of paid time off in comparison to other companies.
Excellent paid time off and sick time
Vacation and PTO are lumped together. Use it as you like.
PTO accrual is pretty good, compared to previous companies. Salaried employees start at an entry level will be given a good amount of PTO in their first year.
You get an adequate amount of days, however those days must be used for EVERYTHING (holidays, sick days, etc.). You are required to take certain holidays off, like Christmas, but you must use one of your PTO day. I find this shocking, since not everyone celebrates Christmas. Perhaps those of a different faith might prefer to work on Christmas and use the day for their religious holiday.
Very strict rules governing "your" PTO. Very harsh attendance policy
They have Paid Time Off, and if you don't use it, you can rollover up to 300 hours to the next year. They don't take it away.
As your years of service increased your paid time off also increases. Additionally, with 12 hours shifts it can make a weeks vacation much longer if you space your working days appropriately.
The expectation is that an employee work more than 40 hours each week - so employees should accumulate many more hours of comp or vacation time.