20 employees reported this benefit
120 hours a year for full time employment
Only six paid holidays per year
Vacation/PTO is decent. Their sick time policy is ridiculous. They require you take two PTO days before you can tap into an accrued EIB (extended illness benefit). Basically if you are sick a day or two like normal, you will never use the EIB. EIB however can work for some major medical situations.
6 hours a pay period standard.
Schedules are very flexible and my team works together to coordinate our time off. I can't think of a time when time off was denied.
Best thing is you are Blessed to cash out up to 120 hours a year so if you don't use it, you don't have to lose it. Worst thing is vacation and sick time are separate and you can offer only use your EIB bank after 3 days of being sick, and after being out for 5 consecutive days you have to apply for short term disability and they do not make this easy
Evergreen use PTO. They also pay more if you work on the weekend or evening shift. Overall really good!
The accumulation rate for PTO seem a little low and when you leave they do not pay out your unused PTO.