122 employees reported this benefit
I had placed in PTO a month in advance. What a surprise that nobody had responded until I reached out myself to actually have it approved.
Vacation and sick days are lumped together. So if you get the flu and out for several days you don't have much vacation days to take.
PTO is offered based on Tenure but is very difficult to use based on availability and does not roll over, you will lose any unused time.
After your 6 months you get 1 week off pretty much standard. After a few years of working it becomes two. Or if you become management you start accruing more pto time. I knew managers who had multiple months worth of PTO time. However they often complained about not being able to take it due to their management.
Some vacation time does not carry over to the next year - use or lose.
Earn paid time off wasn't earned per pay period as most. It was paid on a monthly basis. So if for any reason you needed time off it didn't seem to build for use. No sick pay. Pto always used no matter what. 2 absences are a written verbal warning. Always worry about falling ill.
Average vacation and paid time off. Must be with company a long time to get what other companies consider standard for senior level roles as a new hire.
Takes a long time to accumulate in useful quantity and is frequently very difficult to schedule when you need it.
The more time you are there, the better it is for you.
No paid vacation or sick leave for first six months.