Sedgwick Claims Management Services Vacation & Paid Time Off

179 employees reported this benefit
Updated May 4, 2015
27 Ratings

Employer Summary

Employees of Sedgwick receive paid vacation and personal days.

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Employee Comments

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Apr 14, 2020
Former Disability Representative Senior in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Start off with quite a bit but their sick or absent is a mark in your record each time

Apr 2, 2020
Former Appeals Specialist in Chicago, Illinois

The best however you were working like a horse so it really didn’t matter

Jul 30, 2019
Former Recovery claims in Des Moines, Iowa

PTO is pro-rated from your start date to the end of the year. at the beginning of the year you then get 21 days accrued

Jun 19, 2019
Former Employee

Very good PTO and vacation. Problem is you are so overworked that at the end of the year the vast majority of employees have an excess of PTO days that makes it more of a burden then a vacation to take your PTO days before you lose them, because of the amount of work you come back to.

Apr 12, 2019
Current Employee

Industry leading PTO increases with tenure

Jan 10, 2019
Former Intake Specialist in Cincinnati, Ohio

Good luck attempting to take it; unless you are a favorite or flunky.

Oct 1, 2018
Former claims examiner in Columbus, Ohio

Generous paid time off from work; this is supervisor-specific; if associate has effective and efficient work habits, workload during absence may or may not be covered by co-workers or management/ supervisor(s).

Jul 18, 2018
Current Disability Specialist in Schaumburg, Illinois

Great pro and scheduling flexibility

Jul 4, 2018
Former Employee

A lot of PTO that you are not able to use due to business needs. If you have plenty Time Off left and you want to plan vacation or you have a personal situation coming, they don't care and they don't let you use it because business needs come first.

Feb 20, 2018
Current CA in Atlanta, Georgia

So many days off for a starting position. You can't beat 20 days a year and you certainly need it.

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