212 employees reported this benefit
Paid time off & up to ten holidays per year are available to eligible Nationwide employees.
They want their employees to use their time off and vacation.
18 days to start, 23 after 5 years, 28 after 15 years. Seems average or below average in industry.
18 days of PTO when you're an employee for 0-5 years
While vacation time is good, it’s all PTO. No separate sick days/vacation. We used to be able to carry over 10 days to the next year. Now we are only able to carry over 5 days or you lose your time. Also we will no longer be able to supplement time off to make up what short term disability doesn’t pay.
You can carry over up to 1 weeks vacation into the next year but if you leave the company they will not pay you for it and you have to use the current years vacation first before using the prior years vacation so if you take the vacation buy out if leaving the company - you lose anything from the past year.
they will give you 144 hours pto and up to 6 occurrences. you can be out 3 days per occurrence unpaid but after 6 occurrences you are fired
Work life balance is good
Was seperate 21 days vacay and 14 days sick I believe plus holidays but changed to combined time and acrued bi weekly. 21days acrued over a year for sick or vacation and up to 10 days can carry over
Vacation time is accrued in hours per pay period, not issued as days on Jan 1. Also, sick time is taken from your current available vacation time. Carryover vacation time from year-to-year will soon be limited to 5 days. Either use it or lose it.
Generous vacation and paid time off benefits equal to the employees years of experience in their related field. Flex-Time was also offered as a benefit, which provides the most paid time off opportunities for employees and their families.