333 employees reported this benefit
Paid time off & up to ten holidays per year are available to eligible Nationwide employees.
The vacation plan is consistent with the industry, All time off (vacation + sick) is lumped together. From what I can recall, new employees start with a minimum of 18 days (some pay bands have a start of 23), then it increases to 23 at 5 years of service for all pay bands. The next bump is another 5 days at 15 years. I didn't find it to be generous or stingy. Just average for the industry.
only given vacation time when you were on Sam saranitis good side. If he was frustrated with you or your work he would take away pto.
They do not offer a separate bank of time for sick time. There are pros and cons to this. If you are never sick, you have extra PTO you can use for vacations. If you tend to be sick often or have a serious illness where you need to be out for an extended time, you can end up blowing through a week of PTO that could have otherwise been used for vacation.
Benefits are very expensive and limited on options
Vacation and paid Time is OK
best is that they allot an additional days which should more so be for emergency but you can use it for whatever
One great thing about Nationwide's time off it the recent announcement of flex-time in the summer months.
You get a set number of paid leave days to use however you choose. The amount of days depended on how long you'd been employed. After certain milestones the amount of paid leave days increased.
Good amount of PTO-nice to be able to roll them over, would have preferred to get paid out for them.
"My Time" combines vacation and sick time.