192 employees reported this benefit
You can't have the days off unless you find your own replacement to cover and you can't forget that you will need to cover other people on their shifts when they take off. This screws with your home life a lot
could be better, paid time off is less
No roll over. But, you do get more days as your years pass within the company. A lot of holidays off as well.
Have to accrue over the course of year - don't expect it to be easy to get time off.
can buy 5 days extra
Provide 10 days off when you join.
average time to use, 10 days that can be used and you can buy 5 more
Good amount of paid holidays but only 10 days of paid vacation for new hires.
Lots of holidays plus earned vacation
When I retired I had five weeks paid vacation, plus 18 paid holidays, including the week between Christmas and New Years', Good Friday and Easter Monday, etc. Paid time off was good, as I could leave work 1-2 hours early for a doctor or dental appointment without any hassle. The environment of the departments I've worked in was such that we were treated like professionals, expected to get the work done, but given leeway when we needed to have scheduling flexibility.