38 employees reported this benefit
MA does not recognize your experience with other companies when allocating vacation. It's OK for college hires, but dismal for experienced professionals.
incremental based off of experience
Best thing is that you get 3 weeks from the start and more with milestones of 3, 5, 10 and 20 years. Worst thing is that you work too much to take it all. And they don't pay it out if you don't take it.
12 days standard leave and six days sick leave
Fixed vacation without much flexibility
Unwilling to increase at hire to level at previous employer. Able to carry-over days from one year to the next so that was nice.
Starting out get 12 vacation days. Vacation days increases to 18 after 5 years of tenure. Well below industry average.
The general rule for time off starts at 1 day per month worked. You can roll over 10 days a year and can 'borrow' 10 days of future vacation.
Harder for a free years, gets batter as you age in the company
Its based on months worked, and years working with the company!