244 employees reported this benefit
Paid time off & holidays are available to eligible Rite Aid employees.
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Stingy with vacation time and schedule.
after the first year you get one week plus PSL. after 10 years you get up to 4 weeks
vacation time in a retail setting is pretty rare. so its great. like to have more but the formula is okay I guess. 1w = 1yr. 2w = 3yrs. 3w = 5yrs. 4w = 10yrs. 5w = 20 yrs.
Earned based on years with company.
Vacation time is based off the average hours you worked per week for the previous year.
Takes a long time to gain an average amount of vacation.
Only if you worked enough hours to earn a week of paid vacation.
Vacation time is based off of how many hours you worked last year and most likely you will only get about a week or two a year as a floater
you cant get vacation during holiday times unless you find coverage for your self
Vacations are possible to achieve, but you can always take an unpaid vacation if you didn't accumulate enough hours. You can also achieve a single personal day (that you have to schedule two weeks in advance)