425 employees reported this benefit
Complete waste of time working in this nightmare for 3 months. They EVEN charge you for food in a completely different building that you can’t make it to and back in a half hour.
Hilton doesn't have separate sick and vacation pay, it's all one big bucket of PTO. Any time off other than paid holidays is considered PTO including sick day callouts and planned vacations. Hilton offers 10 paid holiday days a year including 1 floating holiday. (New Year's Day, MLK Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving & day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, 1 Floating Holiday). Corporate locations will usually close early the day before a holiday. During your first year you can accrue up to 160 (20 days) hours PTO and after your first year until your 10th year your accrual rate will put you at 200 hours (25 days) of PTO a year. If you hit the 200 hour mark you will stop accruing until you use some PTO. (I often took random Fridays or Mondays off just to be able to keep accruing PTO). You are encouraged to take your PTO and some department heads have even begun to encourage their teams to start taking two consecutive week vacations to prevent burnout. At an accrual rate of about 1 day of PTO per pay period it starts to add up! Hilton does pay out all PTO upon your departure.
Vacation pay hours add up, you can take a vacation if you want on your time off and do whatever.
Very flexible PTO but sometimes hard to use due to the demands of the job
It is great until you get furloughed with no guarantee you will ever get your job back.
Industry average, after 12 years with company I get 10hrs of PTO every 2 weeks
As a bartender, paid time off and vacation time is very flexible and outstanding.
Best Hospitality discounts program for employees
20 days PTO for 1st year, 25+ after that- which is great. Federal holidays are paid + you get a floating day too. Too bad corporate employees can't cash out some of the PTO.
Vacation hours is given to full time employees.