46 employees reported this benefit
Pretty low accrual rate and no vacation earned for the first year if part time.
It adds up time with each check, you have to earn your vacation time but you do get two weeks the first year
10 days vacation per year for first 5 years, then 15 days
They've recently increased this to 2 weeks for entry level. They could start out with more.
Standard 10 to 12 paid holidays. Vacation/Sick accrual @ about 3.68/1.32
Earned vacation and PTO at a very fair rate after one year of employment. First year employees will get three days of PTO. You earn more as you stay, up to one week PTO after 5 years.
The usual two weeks off that you accrue as you go. We are also required to take days off during the slow season, either unpaid or using vacation.
They are a bit low in vacation time
Good vacation, lots of days, rolls over year to year.
I negotiated more vacation to start, but their initial offering is not the greatest. It would be better if they offered PTO as opposed to separate sick and vacation time.