63 employees reported this benefit
Vacation: Employees earn between one and four weeks of vacation depending upon the employee’s status and length of service with the Company. Full-time employees receive 2 weeks of vacation after 90 days of service; 1 to 2 years of service receive two weeks, and 3-5 years receive 3 weeks. Full-time employees with 6-9 years of employment also earn one additional day each year in addition to their 3 weeks, and employees with the Company for 10+ years receive four weeks of vacation each year. Part-time employees are eligible for one week of vacation after 90 days of service and each anniversary year thereafter. Full-time employees in California are eligible to earn vacation each pay period from their date of hire. Part-time California employees earn vacation every pay period after 90 days of employment.
Standard vacation but hard to take vacation without ruining your monthly goals. Also if you don't use it you lose it every year which is uncalled for. If you earn a vacation and cannot take it you should not lose it because you have earned it.
Not much vacation to start but they are focused on allowing you to take it all each year.
Vacation goes up each year after three years with the company.
Been there greater than 5 years and I have over three weeks vacation
No reimbursement for unused vacation days but Execs are exceptions to this rule.
If you wait 3 months, then you get a huge amount of 2 weeks off. So kind, Travel Media Group.
This is very standard, like all Dominion Benefits, basic.
excellent 2 weeks paid vacation from start of employment.
1 week 1st year, 2 weeks after and vacation goes up after 5 years. Over all very good vacation and time off plan.
These are very comparable benefits, there is a lot of flexibility in this area.