343 employees reported this benefit
Raytheon provides paid vacations and holidays.
2 weeks prorated to the end of the first calendar year. 3 weeks PTO in the next four calendar years, then 4 weeks in the next 5 calendar years, then 4.5 weeks for the next 5 years, then 5 weeks for the next 5 years. so on and so forth. availability of time off is pretty good and depends on job role and manager. in my area, my managers encourage using time off. I've only had a maybe one 3 month period in 5 years where they told us we couldn't take time off because things were too busy.
3 weeks advanced off the bat, 4 weeks after year 5 and xmas shutdown between xmas and new years
vacation and paid time off benefit accumulates with years of service.
Two weeks for the first year, three for the second year. Increases every five or so years after that.
First five years 120 hr. After 5 140 hr. Continues to go up
Little below market, 10 days 1st year, then 15 for years 2-5, then 20 days for >5 years.
Nice above average stating package.
Pro-rated two weeks PTO the first year. Three weeks PTO after that. Can be tough to take days off if you don't have a back up.
1st year only 10 days. Get 15 days after 1 year. 20 days after 5 years and then it takes 10 years to get that last week.
loooove the vacation and paid time off. even if you start on december 312016 you would be considered a 2nd year employee on jan 1 2017.. this means you go from 80 hours PTO to 120. WOO