Starting off the PTO is great for the role. As you advance in the company the amount of PTO takes too long to grow to a more significant level equal to the role.
4 weeks vacation is a great benefit
You start out with two weeks.
Great plan - discretionary leave for those at Associate Director or above
2 weeks for new joiners, 3 weeks on your 3rd year
At a certain level of management, there is "discretionary leave" only and no vacation time is accrued. Hard to get time off when there are no "days" showing as unused. On the plus side, everyone gets 3 flexible personal holidays a year.
Associate Director and above - great. Below that level - dismal for experienced hires starting at 2 weeks and increasing with tenure.
You can roll over 1 week per year and after two years you get three weeks of vacation!
i had some issues the hiring manager was managing the initial discussion on the Vacation, i wish the HR was more proactive and discussed during the on boarding.
2 weeks vacation to start, 3 weeks, after 2 years, 4 weeks after 5 years