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18 days of vacation time. Seems little less but it's okay
15 days PTO. No separate sick leave. 10 holidays a year.
Company gives no consideration to years of experience and starts all employees at the bottom of the ranks with 2 weeks vacation and 1 week sick (18 days PTO). For a contract based company where they are trying to attract top talent the company should consider years of experience and balance PTO to match.
They give you about 6 hours of PTO per check but the management does always schedule accordingly to allow for days off.
Middle of the road. There's one account, called PTO, and you get something like 19 days a year. You have to accrue it though, you don't receive it all upon hire. Also you can only roll 10 days a year (for unused PTO). They do pay your PTO balance when you quit, so that's a nice perk.
You accrue a decent amount of leave every pay period.