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547 employees reported this benefit

88 Ratings

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Jun 29, 2018

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May 14, 2023
Current Technical Solutions Engineer in nullnull

10 days PTO and a few sick days per year

Mar 21, 2023
Current Network Engineer in nullnull

Depending on experience you start with 10 or 15 days paid vacation time. Maximum time off is 15 days a year with 8 days carryover. Sick time is 6 days a year.

Jan 20, 2023
Former Project Manager in nullnull

2 weeks PTO for first two years, then 3 thereafter. ~10 sick days accrued a year

Dec 10, 2022
Current Technical Services in nullnull

Paid vacation is capped at 3 weeks. Sabbaticals (international vacations) of 4 weeks every 5 years. Unpaid leave is offered also but difficult to use. Sick leave is only 6 days a year. Parental leave is almost non-existent and no extra paid leave for fmla.

Nov 27, 2022
Current Audit in nullnull

Exceptional PTO and time off allowed

Sep 8, 2022
Current Quality Manager in nullnull

not much work from home flexibility

Aug 30, 2022
Former Quality Manager in nullnull

Could definitely be better, a lot of emphasis is placed on the sabbaticals at 5 years but those involve a lot of red tape to use.

Aug 15, 2022
Former Technical Services in Verona, WI, Wisconsin

A 2 week vacation every 5 years, pretty standard otherwise (7 holidays, vacation days start at 7 a year and incrementally grow to 15)

Jul 7, 2022
Current Employee

Complicated and underwhelming at best

Apr 22, 2022
Former Employee

Not many days off comparatively

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