At higher levels, time-off policy is at discretionary and less limited
Very much on the low end for new hires and won't see any increase till 5 year anniversary
generous amount of vacations were given. I was also allowed to take off and cover the hours by working on the weekends
Giving an employing time for a break is import to their overall work performance
You need to accrue your time off. If you don't use it by the end of the year, you lose all of it. Sick and PTO (R&R refuel and recharge) are pooled together.
3 weeks is the general PTO available after a year but if you leave, they no longer allow you to cash out any left over PTO.
It is OK to me
15 days PTO, If you leave the company then you loss all untaken PTO
Vacation and Paid time off is grouped together with sick time. At 1.5 days a month depending on your own situation that might be fine.
Very good and easy to work with manager