121 employees reported this benefit
All "vacation" or "sick leave" time off is treated as Paid Time Off, if you have earned it. You earn so many hours of PTO each paycheck. When you need to request it, you go to the WorkDay app and request it. Approval goes to your manager and once approved, gets taken away from your total hours acquired thus far. You have a floating holiday each year as well as a few paid days which do not go against your personal PTO (such as Lagoon Day).
good and decent paid time off
2-3 weeks is the standard offering.
It is fair - not sick leave just PTO.
Acquired lots of PTO but could never use it because employees were over worked and made feel guilty for taking time off
Vacation time has to be used for sick and personal time, bummer.
2 weeks off per year
Horrible if you are new. 2 weeks and frowned upon when you take PTO.
The first year is not great at only two weeks. When you start your fifth year you get four weeks. Yesrs 2-4 are three weeks.
You start with 10 days of PTO for the first year. That seems like a decent amount but the company culture discourages you from using it, and you're not allowed at all October - end of December. You do not have sick days, that's apart of the PTO package. They also list out 10 holidays that you have off, but if you actually look at the list, the yearly list (2016) includes holidays from the coming year (2017) so you don't REALLY have 10 holidays off during 2016. It sucks. I've been here a year and a half and started accruing more PTO days at my one year mark, but you're still discouraged from using your PTO so it doesn't really matter.