23 employees reported this benefit
5 days PTO for first year 15 days after first year. Must request it at least 1 month in advance. If you want to take vacation at end of the month- forget about it, your request will be denied.
easy to ask for time off and after some tenure you get a great amount ooff
recently changed policies. 3 weeks PTO plus 4 paid holidays after one year. 4 weeks PTO and 4 paid holidays after 5 years. Some positions are 40 hour work weeks, others are 60+ salary jobs and all have same vacations. The salaried and commission based positions are the hardest ones to actually take off and no options for most to "cash out" or roll it over. Much better than years past where it took 15 years seniority to get the time off and sick days were true sick days, not PTO. High performing aggressive associates make time off the exception and is really not encouraged.
1 week vacation first year, 3 weeks every year after that. would be nice if you could get more as your progress further, and there is no roll over for unused day
You get 5 days when you first start. At 2 years you get another 5 days. Then you have to wait until year 14 to get another 5 days. So you have to be ok with having 2 weeks of paid vacation for 12 years. To calculate your payments, they look at your last 5 paychecks and give you the daily average as your pay during your time off.
Minimal time off and definitely discouraged to take your time off or use your vacation time.
Start off with only 1 week paid time off for first year.