42 employees reported this benefit
2 weeks per year so industry average.
PTO is an "umbrella" for any time off (whether it be sick, dr. appointment, vacation, etc.). However, you do accrue a decent amount
Standard time for the industry. Also have last week of year off in USA
Except holiday, office closed whole week between Christmas and new year. PTO off based on how long you work there
Seems on par for the market, but good luck finding time to take it off and forget being able to take off two weeks at a time (and not expect to be tethered to your project). I've had a Project Director straight up tell me I'm on my own to figure out coverage for a medical surgery! Also, you can only carry over 40 hours after the year - so when am I supposed to take it??!
My main problem with PTO is losing any amount over 40 hours every year due to working over planned PTO. It would greatly improve morale to be able to carry over an extra 40 hours for occasions like having the flu, etc as the PTO is both vacation, doctor appt, sick time, etc.
It's ok; however, it's all in one "bucket". They still won't let you take more than 40 hours over to the next year. It would greatly improve morale since we usually lose some PTO anyway to carry over more than 40 and set it aside for emergencies, etc.
Discretionary leave is provided but not supported by leadership.
3 Weeks PTO starting; paid Winter Holiday 12/25-1/1 (includes Christmas and New Year); 1 floating holiday; National Holidays (Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day After Thanksgiving). PTO increases to 4 weeks after 3 years.
Its decent compared to other industry standards.