106 employees reported this benefit
I feel the vacation time issued is fairly competitive, however it is very difficult to use any of it. If you do get a rare chance to go, you are usually left feeling like you did something wrong.
Company was very flexible and helpful
best part of the job! eighty hours of paid vacation for starting employees. all major holidays paid days off
Intertek started me with 20 PTO days. It was disappointing when they took away the option to be paid for unused PTO days
Vacation time includes sick time and you get 4 weeks. The only downside is they don't let you roll over anytime. If you don't use it by the end of the year, you lose it.
twenty days of paid time off to start
20 days to start off
20 days after first 30
For most employees, PTO cashes out at a certain point of the year, so there's a benefit to not taking any breaks.
Starting off you get a good amount of vacation, about 3 weeks.