293 employees reported this benefit
You get 15 days vacation on the very first day of work.
Not enough time off from work.
above average within the industry
I was hourly and did not get paid time off. If I took time off, I wasn't paid. That's all.
17 days for paid time off for both Vacation and Sick days combined. Taking more than a day off, must get approval a week ahead of time.
Up to 5 days of unused vacation can be carried over to the net year.
Paid time off offered, but at times it ended up that you have to work while on PTO because nobody else could cover the business while you are out.
This is a European company and they provide paid leave for maternity plus you were encouraged to take the vacation time. The environment was so very conducive to balancing work life experience and was very supportive of your family life. Unlike American corporations there wasnt the pressure to work 24/7 and your job was going to be there for you when you came back...no need to worry you were being eliminated.
Three weeks to start and then a week more every 5 years until you get to six weeks (at which time very few people survive the layoffs)
flexible work schedule. allow work remotely. great PTO policy if you can stay long enough.