137 employees reported this benefit
Mayo Clinic offers employees paid time off for vacation, holidays and sick leave. You can start earning and using these benefits immediately and accrue paid time off as you continue to work
Easily accrued. However, management severely rationed time off for nursing staff - regardless of number of years worked. New staff and senior staff often were allowed only to take the same amount of time off per year, usually one to two weeks per year. Time off in weeks was rarely allowed to be consecutive. Vacation requests need to be submitted up to a year or more in advance, and is never a guarantee. This is not clearly relayed to new staff, and is often a reason for leaving. Staff nurses are not allowed to request a single day off, told to find someone to work their shift, and cannot result in overtime.
Accrual rate is minimal until after 5 years
One of the best in the industry and very family friendly
It's accrual-based and holidays come from your own base.
depends on longevity and role
Paid time off is competitive with other organizations and accrued as an employee works so it is available immediately upon earning it.
MLK day is not considered a holiday. It should be a time of service or day of volunteering, but this organization doesn't think so. Standard holidays are included like Christmas and New Years. If an organization can trust you, then time off should be okay.
Rnough vacation and time off
PTO time is generous and builds rather quickly, but also has to be used to supplement paycheck if you're placed on call or mandated off.
PTO increases the longer you work with Mayo Clinic.