256 employees reported this benefit
Employees accrue 17 days of vacation during their first year of employment.
PTO is very hard to accumulate. You have no choice but to use time if you have it, i.e. if you call out a day and you work a 10 hour shift but you only have 6 hours, you have to use all of the hours and you still get the occurrence.
They offer a way to have your work managed for you while you are off so that the work does not pile up. They also offer more time off as you accrue seniority
Shared PTO and Sick leave. Combined 15 days per year 1. Needs to accrue.
Paid time off is flexible to how ever you want to use it - sick, vacation, holidays, etc...
You get paid time off on day one you earn 5 hours each paycheck and when you surpass 5 years and 10 years that number increases
Vacation and PTO were generous, they allowed carry over of unused days when I was there.
You earn your time off every check, working a full year will get you more then 4 weeks of time off per year. No sick time, but that is why you get 4 weeks per year.
Good amount of time per year, however very few paid holidays.
There is not sick time. It is just the amount of time the employee obtains.
This was the only perk about working there. You got time off (5 hours a paycheck paid)