20 employees reported this benefit
This depends on the position, though it is usually 10-15 Days of PTO after 90 Days. There is no sick time.
You don't get many days off & they barely have holidays off. Your first one of the year is Labor Day. In May.
Reduced number of days to PTO, Sick and Personal so they do not have to pay our Sick/Personal if you leave/are fired.
2 weeks paid time off
You get 10 days paid. Sick time and personal are good also. No paid Mat leave. Company will hold a position but it may not be the position you were in.
Not great at all!
For my employment package they were very fair and paid for time off.
You start off with about 16 days total, it goes up days after working 5 years or more. Some older employees end up having 30 days off.
You never actually get it because there are always phone calls or something schedule when you are supposed to be off