I found the vacation and time off benefits very in line with the industry.
vacation increases as you work there and even offer a 4-week sabbatical after I think 10 years of working. Basically, they reward you heavily if you stay with the company.
Healthy amounts of PTO based on level and tenure; would like more flexibility to roll vacation over from year-to-year
I don't have any cons. It's a great benefit.
I have no idea they often don't allow you to take your time off because client work is so busy
you get a lot of days for the most part, but you're going to end up working on your days off
Average amount of time off, but the way its parsed out is really confusing (10 days of PTO, PTO for your birthday, 'personal days,' 'bonus days,' etc.). I almost always had PTO days to 'roll over' to the next year (due to workloads, it rarely felt like a good time to take a vacation)
Although you are given lots of PTO time, you're almost always asked to work at some point during your time off. I've received phone calls at 2am during vacation asking me to work on a deck.
Pros: 4 variable Days are great to take off when you need it. Cons: Vacation don't roll over completely. Only 50% does and to be used by 1st quarter of next year.
Several weeks of PTO after 3 years, and a 3 wk sabbatical after 10 years.