5 employees reported this benefit
the policy changes frequently and if you have too many sick days you get documentation that negatively flags your performance.
Your work ethic is based on attendance so they don't provide them
First off the sick days are not paid. I took a sick day 3 months into my employment and I got written up and put on probation.
Very strict attendance policy. Sick days are unpaid and you get two in a rolling 30 day period before a write up. Even one day will effect your "performance" so you may get a worse schedule the next time around.