39 employees reported this benefit
FrontPoint offers 2-3 weeks of paid vacation, depending on your years of tenure. In addition we pay for 5 sick/personal days per year, and have 7 paid holidays.
Great they are the best
You have Sick Days, Personal Days, and Vacation Days
3 sick, 3 personal, accrued vacation. Can't use vacation for sick time. Also, you have to have both 48 hour notice and the slots are limited.
Their PTO and Sick leave separated and you cannot use PTO if you are sick, even if you are out of sick hours.
Attendance Points will be your worse nightmare!!!!
Only two weeks of paid time off for most employees. This time is not paid out to departing employees.
Company scams employees out of increase in action time by waiting until next calendar year to apply. E.G. 2 year anniversary with company on January 1st. Oh well wait until next year to get increase in vacation days.
80 hours given at the beginning of the year
You earn Vacation time as the days go by, and you start the year off with a couple of days of personal time and sick time. I do not believe that employees that are supposed to be paid a SALARIED position should have to use "sick hours" or be docked for pay or have to use sick time. I can't guarantee that I will only be sick 2 or 3 days out of the next 365 and no more. If I'm paid a salary, which is what I was told when I was recruited, I get paid the exact same amount whether I am late, sick, out or early, as long as my work gets done and my performance does not suffer. I should not be punished because I got sick; I can try to stay healthy, but in the end it's not something I can control. Would you rather I be stubborn and come to work anyway, possibly risking getting other employees sick as well? Then why punish me for trying to get better? The same goes for weather; I can't control the weather. I can prepare for a snowstorm or hurricane to the best of my ability, but if my preparations are not enough, or something else unforeseeable happens, you are going to punish me by docking my pay or forcing me to use my vacation time to cover an act of nature that I could not overcome? That doesn't make sense to me.