SHI International Vacation & Paid Time Off

97 employees reported this benefit
Updated Sep 16, 2014
13 Ratings

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Jan 20, 2020
Former Inside Account Executive in Austin, Texas

Standard I think. You get 18 paid time off days I believe... holidays you need to submit for PTO early because everyone wants to take off and they need to have some people in the office per team. holidays can be slow for business at times, but also busy and lucrative if it's a company's end of budget time and they need to blow some cash on new technology before the next fiscal year.

Sep 19, 2019
Current Employee in Piscataway, New Jersey

You have PTO days that equates to two weeks but the caveat is that it counts for everything such as vacation, sick days, etc....

Jun 28, 2019
Former Configuration Technician in Piscataway, New Jersey

New hires start with 16 days off for the year. After five years, you get five more days. You can also carry over five unused days at the end of the year.

Jan 17, 2019
Current Employee in Austin, Texas

Very comparable time off and overall flexible.

Mar 29, 2018
Current Employee in Somerset, New Jersey

The amount of days for PTO is only 2 weeks and sick days are not separate from it.

Apr 4, 2017
Former Inside Account Executive in Austin, Texas

16 days a year. Jury duty is lumped into that for some reason.

Jun 8, 2016
Current Corporate Account Executive in Lafayette, Louisiana

I work from home as a corporate account executive. I have never had to really ask for time off unless it was going to be for an extended period of time that I could not be by my phone/email. Even then it was not a problem. SHI gets an A+++ for vacation and PTO.

May 12, 2016
Former Employee in nullnull

Decent amount of days, but you don't get any sick days. Discourages being healthy at work

Dec 7, 2015
Current Employee in Austin, Texas

You get 16 days to earn for Vacation, or PTO

Aug 14, 2015
Former District Sales Manager in Los Angeles, California

Depends on your manager if they are laid back about this or not

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