Don't get PTO until you are there a year (was the location that I started, I don't think the company as a whole... can take time off, but don't get paid for it). After that first year (at the start for most locations), you get 3 weeks vacation and can use at any point throughout the year. Up to 10% total for 401k (6% employee, 4% employer match) was ok, but not great. For the rental side of things, once you get promoted off the counter, most positions come with a company car. Salary is generally a little lower than at a similar level position at another company, but the convenience of a company car is worth more than what Penske values it at (around $6000 per year). Overall, decent package.
They have great benefits that include 401, vacation packages, and health benefits.
Provides Healthcare to part time and full time
Part time employees, so long as they apply correctly, have the opportunity to receive tuition reimbursement annually. This is a boon to any sophomore-senior in college, because it gives students the opportunity to be less indebted.
PTO increases with tenure with the company.
The name of my plan is ACC 401 plan it’s in aggressive approach the company supposed to have matched me 3% but I jumped mines to 5%
All of Southern California is union with good pay , medical and after first year you get 2 weeks vacation, 1 week of sick day and 5 day of personal days
The company offers a lot of different and very competitive benefits. My favorite is the 401k match.
Nothing on bonus side, fixed, no incentive.
15 vacation days to start. But the reason it's 15 instead of 10 is that most people end up working holidays and weekends.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.