187 employees reported this benefit
Menards offers paid vacation and holidays.
Paid holidays, paid vacation days can add up fast for new hires with the only downside being blackout dates on vacations due for the entire month of May and the week of Thanksgiving.
terribly long time in position waiting requirements before PTO is provided, and only for people with a full 40 average hours per week (under 40 and you're not eligible)
The longer you work the more time you have off. It cuts off after 10 years
Unlike stores like Walmart, you don’t get paid time off unless youre full time and it takes a couple years to really get many days accumulated
Every year you acquired many days depending on how many weeks you worked
Started with 10 days, takes awhile to get up to the full 20.
Starts of very slow and maxes out at 20 days after 10 years. No sick time so you must use your PTO for sick days
Starts off terrible with 3 days vacation. Once you work with the company many years, you start to be treated like an adult.
The best thing about the vacation/PTO benefit is that the days of vacation grow with an employee's tenure. The worst and prickling points of this benefit, however, are many. Vacation days are not usable certain days of the year (during the busy season, especially) which is smart, but does limit options. There are even more special rules for managers that must be followed. In certain cases, certain kinds of leaves, vacation days will be used automatically until they run out. Finally, no part-time employee accrues vacation time, at all.
You have to be full time for a year and have a certain number of hours worked before you qualify.