13 employees reported this benefit
They stole PTO time with the swipe of a pen. Up until 2 years ago, on your 5 year anniversery, you earned 20 days PTO. 2 years ago they announced everyone would only get 15 accrued days, no matter how long you were there. The health plan coverage is useless, the Out of Pocket deductible increases by $1,000 per year, its currently at $4k. And doesn't cover things like MRI's or breast biopsies.
10 days PTO and 5 days of sick leave.
literally the bare minimum paid days off they could give so they don't have to pay the staff time and a half for being there. Only 6 paid days off - what a joke.
Not much time off at all. Plus you dont get any days up front, ever. PTO accrues over time, no matter how long you've been there. No rollover. Be prepared not to ever take vacation for whatever 3 months follow your anniversary/start date.