59 employees reported this benefit
Very good time off benefits
Flexible, not much notice needed, and they're willing to work with you.
Very generous PTO allotments and sick leave is at managers discretion.
The good: 20 days time off after being at the company for 5 calendar years. The Bad: you start at 15 days, then earn one day per calendar year. The bad? Start date of January 5th? That means even after 2 years you still have just 15 days. Also better hope you are not part of an acquisition that has more then 20 days - as you can kiss them goodbye.
3 weeks from the start
Not too bad but more often than not vacation needs to be cancelled as the company is so thin on people to do your job.
it's ok i've seen a lot worse .. but i've seen better at McDonnell Douglas we had the christmas shutdown, 4 weeks after 10 years, un and nato day and all the other standard holidays we need to have better vacations in this country .. more like europe