88 employees reported this benefit
Garmin grants 3 weeks of paid time off per year as well as 9 paid company holidays.
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Paid holidays. Excellent PTO opportunity, that expands beyond your 3/4 year mark. VTO, offered when needed-seldom.
I received 2.5 hours a week added in for my PTO when sick you can miss up to 3 days in a row for the same point.
Accruing PTO and using paid time off was very easy. It also went up every year you were there. Received a week and a few days for first 5 years and then after that received 2 weeks off and got 4 weeks off after 10 years. could roll paid time off over and hang on to 560 hours. Got paid for time not used once left the comapny
Combined pto for vacation and sick. It scales with your tenure at the company.
PTO was all pooled into one bucket (except holidays) and maxed out at 5 weeks. Employees often worked so much they lost time because only 40 hours could carry over.
PTO is a single "bucket" for sick and vacation time 2/3/4 weeks of PTO at 0/5/10 years of employment Holidays are pretty typical
5 hours for every 40 hours worked, plenty of opportunities to take time off
Generous PTO accrual that grows with seniority.
a lot of time off and vacations, which i did not really care
Generous starting PTO at 5.22 hrs of PTO per 2 week period (pay period) that increases at 5 year mark.