152 employees reported this benefit
More than the last company I worked for. Three weeks and two days per year after first year.
At 0-1 years you get 15 days off a year, at 1-3 years you get 17 days, 4-9 years you get 22 days, 9+ years you get 27 days.
PTO and Vacation are on par with other companies. If you meet the maximum accrual, they bank your hours and pay it out into the next calendar year as an additional "bonus" if you will.
The longer you stay, the faster it accrues. By about 5 years you're earning vacation time fairly quickly.
It is based on your hourly contribution and not a set amount of days employed.
Provide standard vacation, health is good not high deductible.
Started with 5 days earned by day 1. Year 1 gets 15 days, 17 days for year 2, and 22 days by year 5. Can accumulate > 400 hours.
Vacation and sick time draw from the same pool, but no one asks any questions if you decide to use your time off.
Average PTO for the industry.
Industry standard. 15 days to start, 17 after 1 year, 22 after 4 and so on. Sick time and vacation time come from the same bucket. It is easy to request time off, I have never had a problem. The company is very respectful of your needs.