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From your first day you get 15 days (3 weeks) paid vacation. Of course it's pro-rated depending on when you start. And this isn't like some companies, they ACTUALLY want you to take your vacation.
15 days of time off
15 days PTO is solid, but there are no sick days.
The best thing was if you were a high roller, if you made tons and tons of commission, then you could have earned potentially some paid time off, I earned paid time off, but when we were forced to take off weeks of not working during Christmas time, or around that time in the weeks leading up to xmas, the paid time off they said I earned, and would be applied to my pay check was not, and so I just had days of no income despite "the People Team" (HR)'s assurance in written emails, specifying days and pay that I would be compensated, in the end they just screwed me over and I had to borrow money to pay January 2015 rent because they false promised me PTO they did not deliver
15 day per year. Don't think you earn more as you stay with the company though. Could be wrong.
3 weeks and that includes sick days
15 PTO days for the first few years and isn't an issue getting approved.
3 weeks PTO is pretty awesome
3 weeks paid vacation a year, and you are encouraged to take the time off.
They say you get PTO hours accrued every pay period and can use extra work time in place of PTO if under 4 hours but this is a lie. They will make you work late, still tax you your PTO time and even then try to fire you for using PTO time you earned