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Enterprise grants paid time off for holidays and vacation.
received 2 weeks vacation after a year of working there.
After a few years it starts to add up because you stay so busy you barely have time to use it. Make sure that you use it or you'll get burned out.
Takes awhile to accrue time off and it resets once a year
After a year you receive vacation and paid time off.
10 days vacation after 1 year of employment, choice time accrues as you work, but pressured not to use it.
They offer a good amount of time off paid.
You start with about 7 days of PTO when initially starting with the company. Then after a year you are eligible to gain more based on length of tenure. HOWEVER, the kicker is PTO is rarely approved when you really want to use it. I was told to plan my vacations to never interfere with working Mondays (busiest day of week typically). Also length of vacation is scrutinized. (Had a vacation approved for over 6 months..new boss was promoted.. told me things were different with him and that Mondays were not okay to miss..was told it would "not be beneficial for my career" if I did not cancel my vacation. My flight left the next morning so obviously I did not cancel my vacation. Never received another promotion.)
Vacation days increase the longer you work for the company. Typically starts around 17
The number of vacation is ok, there aren't many paid holidays however.
You only get 7 days your first year and then increase after that. It also rolls over.