30 employees reported this benefit
the pto was good. I think it was a 12 hour day, each month. That meant that over a year you would get 12, 12 hour days paid for; for nurses that means a whole month of PTO
Plenty of PTO, 10.3 hours a check after 5 years
In my opinion you weren't given enough PTO, unless you were a salaried employee.
Please offer hourly associates truly paid holidays! Don't require them to use their small allotments (14 hours each month) of vacation and sick time dished out each pay cycle to cover holidays as well. It's no wonder the "exempt" associates are always selling their PTO back to the company ... after all they only have to "work" a couple of hours per day to be paid for a full day and that could mean that they read their read their emails at home - hence they rarely have to use PTO to cover sick time or family emergencies. Plus I see some coming in about 9am, taking 1.5 to 2 offsite lunches, and leaving for the day about 4pm. Then they complain about the two night dinner meetings they must attend at nice restaurants per month. I suspect the company is lucky to get a full 5 hours of working time per day out of many exempt employees who are highly paid compared to the hourly associates who the supervisors are micromanaging and beating down repeatedly causing such high turnover.
Accrual rate is decent but time off is hard to come by in our department.