63 employees reported this benefit
I'd say it is not great but certainly better than most I've seen in the market.
Average PTO - they are very ok with taking time off though. Make sure it's not the 1st two weeks of the month.
15 days vacation, 2 flex holidays, 2 sick days, and 8(?) holidays.
Best thing is that you can roll over 5 days each year, or go 3 days into the "hole" if necessary.
I'd say this is just average. 3 weeks PTO, 3 sick days, holidays.
Accrued reasonable PTO. now they give a sick day or 2 instead of just one paid time off pot.
I typically get 3-weeks vacation, plus 2 weeks personal time, and no limit on carryover year after year on vacation.
normal 2 weeks vacation 1 week sick but is all PTO so you can use all 3 weeks on vacation or for sickness depending on your luck that year. I came up from a company where I had much more vacations accrued and they were adamant about not matching it. I was ok to sacrifice for now but I can see them loosing good talent over that.
3 weeks of PTO when you start out, 40 hours rolls over, one day of "floating holiday" doesnt
Standard is 3-weeks PTO, plus one floating holiday and 8 federal holidays. There is no designated sick time outside of that. PTO increases at 3, 4 and 5 year tenure. As a company, there is no standard work-from-home policy, but some departments are more flexible than others.