300 employees reported this benefit
this is average at best.
Maximum of 3 weeks after 3 years
After 2 years you got as much vacation as you were ever going to get, which wasn't particularly generous. Carryover from year to year is limited
Sabbatical program every 5 years, but most employees don't stay at the company long enough to make use of it. 10 vacation days, 6.5 paid holidays, 6 sick days.
Weird. Considering the hours, I'd expect more time off without foregoing pay. But again, getting close to 100K after 3 years is not the norm either.
It’s ok, not great. Others have already accurately reported the numbers, but I will add an emphasis on it being extremely difficult to actually use what small amount of PTO you get. You are expected to find full backups for every outage and will be given no assistance in that endeavor or sympathy if you fail and can’t take the time off, and given how insanely busy everyone is, good f-ing luck. More often you end up having to either not take the time off, adjust the days to something other than what you wanted, or work during your time off. Which obviously defeats the purpose.
6.5 days of paid holiday, 10 paid leave (<2years) and 14 paid leave (>2year). Sabbatical on 5, 10 years.
You only get 6.5 paid holidays, and the vacation maxes out at 3 weeks. I wish we would get more holidays off, and with a longer tenure you would also get more vacation. That is a balanced out a little bit by the 4 week sabbatical given every 5 years.
2 weeks for the first 2 years, then 3 weeks after that. When a holiday falls on a weekend, they simply give you another vacation day to do with as you wish.
10 days of PTO a year for the first 2 years. Then 15 after that. Plus 4 extra weeks every 5 years. (sabbatical)