37 employees reported this benefit
Pretty standard offerings, but you will be called when you are off if you are needed.
They have a PTO program which combines vacation and sick pay. Doesn't bode well for employees with small children.
The longer you stay the more PTO you get.
Decent PTO policy: 12 days starting out.
It was impossible to take time off at Land O' Lakes. The way PTO worked was that you would not be approved for your time off unless it was a Friday or a Monday for a long weekend, and even then often you were still required to be on-call if that was part of your position. There were also extreme amount of hours worked past the 40 hour week schedule that were never compensated for. Where most companies would give comp time in these situations this was never done at LOL. At the end of the year we were rushed to take any friday or monday off or day next to a holiday to use up our time off. That time off was *LOST* at the end of the year and there was no way to carry it over. If it was "carried" over it was on your managers honor which usually did not account for much.
Negotiate vacation days when you start, otherwise the company will go with least amount of days given