205 employees reported this benefit
They are slowly taking away benefits, you stop a crewing any vacation benefits after 30 years.
Vacation and paid time was fair and went by amount of time worked for RRD
The only positive thing is that they pay you to not be there
Roughly comparable to other companies in the area. All lumped together, rather than divided into categories (ie. bereavement, vacation, sick, etc).
Very difficult to take time off. Lack of someone to back each other up. Got the time off but tough to come back and catch up due to the fact most things didn't get done
very rigid. 2 weeks when hired and increases very slowly. tops out a 4 weeks
2 weeks after 6 months for the first 4 years. 3 weeks at 5 years. 4 weeks at 15 years. 5 weeks at 25 years.
There is no sick time, it is at manager's discretion. You start out with two weeks after six months, but only get normal holiday pay prior to the six months, then pro-rated for the remainder of the year at the rate of two weeks per year. At five years you get a third week, which is nice, but you get nothing at ten years and have to work fifteen years to get the fourth week. Other than normal holidays and one floating holiday and your vacation pay, the time off is really not sufficient.
The company offers 2 weeks paid time off at beginning employment. 3 weeks at the 5 year mark and 4 weeks at the 15 year mark.
Average. Best thing is they honor your previous years of employment with them.