103 employees reported this benefit
it was very hard to take time off being the only full time person in the office
Steadily accrue PTO - Sick time is given up-front, though it's up to each managers discretion to let you take specific days/weeks/time off.
One of the only good things about Regus is that you do get a very fair amount of PTO and holidays off. However, trying to schedule PTO is another story. You have to coordinate with everyone else in your Cluster.
You get a lot of PTO/Sick time.
Paid time off accumulates per pay period and can be used immediately with the proper coverage of your center. Paid holidays off.
you can trade your PTO for money, it takes forever for PTO to get approved though.
Best thing about paid time off is that the team/cluster I was in were willing to help each other and cover shifts which made time off very flexible. Worst thing was we worked through lunches, breaks and a lot of OT.
Vacation and PTO offered is great!
First year you get 2 weeks and the 2nd year you get 3 weeks of PTO time.
Standard 2 weeks first year, escalates with tenure and is compiles in chunks per pay period. Pay is low for position and actually getting to take vacation is difficult to get approved.