757 employees reported this benefit
Enterprise grants paid time off for holidays and vacation.
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.
I believe its a standard 2 weeks paid off time, However they make you work on Christmas because they are the devil
Days accumulate over your time there. Its tough to get the time unless you have a cool manager with a branch that doesn't have staffing problem.
17 days and each day is 10 hours paid plus off every other holiday
In your first year you get paid holidays and up to 7 paid days off. After your first year, you get 17 days plus up to 5 to rollover and get 5 more every 5 years
Good. Benefit package for overall. No comment.
PTO is horrible to start with then it gets better 3 years with the company. 401K is great and so is profit sharing hat the company invest into your 401k.