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3 weeks so it’s not the best
As long as you plan in advance there shouldn't be a problem
4 to 5weeks from day one
Managers and above get unlimited PTO, mid-tier associates get 23 days, and lower levels start with (I believe) 18 days - overall a solid package. It does require some planning to be able to TAKE your PTO, but that's industry standard.
Paid Time Off is fairly generous. Using it is not always easy given the nature of public accounting. All PTO in one bucket... sick time comes of out same balance as vacation.
PTO depends on your level, I believe the amounts are 18 days (associates), 23 days (seniors), and unlimited for managers and above.
Great. 18 days. A lot of people enjoy this perk.
the more experience you have the more paid time off you get. it is still a pretty good amount of paid time off no matter what level you are at.
18 days off, which is not a lot
Outside of busy season the time off is really quite flexible. You are encouraged to use your leave each year.