461 employees reported this benefit
Company dictates when you can go on vacation with most of the year being a blackout period and also despite expecting management to work a minimum of 48-52 hours a week only provides 40 hours in payroll for each week of vacation a manager takes. Meaning that if a store manager wants to use a week of their vacation they essentially still have to work 8-12 hours to reach the expected workload. Vacation hours also cannot be paid out and they don’t roll over so if you didn’t want to take three disconnected weeks off from January to April (one of the few times you can use vacation time) you just lose them which both put together, the restrictive time windows, and exploitative hour allocation makes their vacation program barely functional and honestly more token than anything. The company also claims to allow bereavement leave, sick leave, family medical/emergency , and paternity leave but doesn’t provide any avenues to do so and basically only allows it if you and your limited staff (most stores consisting of no more than 7 employees including all management) can cover it without expending any hours since they consider managers “paid for” So in theory they have those things in practice they don’t.
The only bad thing is having to wait 15 years to get 4 weeks.
After 1 year you get 1 week paid vacation. Hours paid are based on average hours worked in the previous year.
Good benefits and insurance and good health plans
You get a week of vacation after one yr. Not sure about the five yr mark and what not.
Same as the rest of the industry
Vacation plan is fair but not special.
No paid vacation and/or sick leave for the first year. Even then, you only get 5 days after the first year.
Offers paid time off afte 6 months
Vacation time is pretty standard with other companies I have worked for