IRS Vacation & Paid Time Off

163 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jul 16, 2014
60 Ratings

Employer Summary

IRS employees receive annual paid leave (vacation) time.

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Employee Comments

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Apr 20, 2018
Current Collections Representative in Austin, Texas

You earn right off the bat 8 hours of leave every two weeks. After 3 years it Jim’s to 10 every 2 weeks, this continues at longer intervals.

Mar 9, 2018
Current Internal Revenue Agent in Portland, Oregon

More time off than other employers, but can be rather restrictive about when time off can be taken.

Feb 16, 2018
Current Employee

The ability to take time off at your own leisure.

Feb 1, 2018
Current Internal Revenue Agent in Syracuse, New York State

Tons of time off plus 13 holidays.

Jan 16, 2018
Former Legal Assistant in New York, New York State

You will accumulate a lot of annual and sick leave since the start. Almost 1 day every 2 weeks. Not all employers offer this.

Nov 15, 2017
Current Contact Representative in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Build vacation time bi-weekly as well as sick

Oct 11, 2017
Current Employee

You can use it as you earn it.

Aug 27, 2017
Former ERS Technician in Kansas City, Missouri

Time offered is adequate for most needs. Management usually didn't make a fuss if you actually used it either, always a plus! Just a bit of a pain to account for on time sheets.

Aug 14, 2017
Former Contact Representative in Dallas, Texas

I was going through a death in the family and I was considered in training and they made such a big deal about me being gone out of town so long.

Jul 10, 2017
Current Employee

Best: generous when employed for a while Worst: Civilian employees start off with low allocation

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