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They way you accrue hours for vacation and paid time off is not explained thoroughly. But I do know the length of time you've been there and the number of hours worked are a factor.
Decent food be better. No paid time off just a week vacation until you work there three years and you get two weeks
You get paid time off and if not taken then you get it at end of the year
Very flexible with vacation time although some black out weeks and all holidays are paid with the exception of Easter.
Paid time off is five days after a year, and I believe one more day added after another year. As far as I know, it doesn't get any better.
only 1 week paid vacation per year. They give you the hours based off of your average hours work per week.
It depends on your store/owner. At my store, part timers don't get any paid time off until you hit the one year mark. Between 1 and 3 years, you get 20 hours of vacation, 1 personal day (4 hours), and I believe 2 sick days (4 hours each). It goes up from there, if you last that long. It's nice that they actually give part timers PTO, although most retailers will these days. However, among retailers that actually do give PTO to part timers, this is pretty minimal. After 3 months, you receive 4 hours of pay on the following holidays, regardless of whether or not you work: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Election Day (only when there's a presidential election), Thanksgiving, and Christmas. After 6 months, you receive time and a half for the hours you do work on those days. On the upside, they are very easy about time off if you're part time- they're not even supposed to deny any time off to part timers, provided that the request was submitted on time (2 weeks for days requested, 4 weeks for vacations; very reasonable), although some department managers might give you some grief.
Vacation weeks vary based on your years of service.
earn time off based on years of service. one weeks vacation after 3 years. not fun
Standard for most places. They pay you a week for what you normally work. You get more weeks after you work more years