50 employees reported this benefit
Effective May 1, 2018, ResCare Workforce Services employees may use PTO after thirty (30) days of service instead of the previous policy that requires staff to have six (6) months of service before taking time off from work.
Although this newly revised policy allows PTO to be used earlier than before, employees will still need to accrue PTO balances before any time can be used.
This new policy is a reflection of our corporate commitment to respond to the evolving needs of our workforce. We trust that our staff will appreciate this positive change that allows them to better manage their Planned Time Off and fully maximize the benefit.
No sick time... pto and holidays good though
PTO is generous and usable after 6 months. 264 hour cap on pto balances. Compared to most other businesses the pto benefit is good for obtaining worklife balance
Get 3 week of PTO but you have to use it for your sick pay as well so not that great.
After Six Months PTO is sick time and personal time combined. 7-36 months of service = 120 hours (15 days) 37 or more months of service = 160 hours (20 days)
PTO is accrued at about 4 hours per pay period
PTO is easy to access, and easy to request. They award 6 hours of PTO per pay period, so if you are wise, you can really stack the hours easily.
It is about 3 weeks a year, after 6 month of employment. The first 6 mos. is tough, any time off is unpaid except for holidays, but in the small print, if you are under a 6 mo. employee and miss a day before a holiday or after-no pay. You do earn vacation in the first 6 mos., you just can't use it.
You get to accrue pto. But getting it approved is the issue
There is no vacation time. All Paid Time Off is categorized as Planned Time Off. Employees with first-day through second-day project tenure earn five less days of Planned Time Off due to a change.
Occurring time off was the nest thing as rescare.