56 employees reported this benefit
I had 30 days per year, and was paid out for the time I had not used at the end of the contract.
As far as amount, very competitive. All paid time off must be accrued and it all goes into/ comes out of one “basket”. If you plan it right and have enough cushion for those unforeseen situations, it shouldn’t be a problem. Although it is a little mentally challenging to see your vacation days go down because you got sick. Because of this, employees often come to work sick :/
The flexibility to take time off based on the individual's needs, and not an extensive pre-established holiday schedule.
You could accrue a lot of time. No cap
Very little paid time off at all. PTO is for holidays, vacation, and sick time.
If you are new, you can take up to 40 hours negative. I was urged to have at least 40 hours set aside in case I have to take off unexpectedly.
Your vacation time will be used to fill gaps in your work schedule, they will demand you are always available yet never provide work. they view you as a commodity they own and have no regard for your personal life.
Time off with pay is in the same pool as sick/vacation time.
Usual 2 weeks per year, and major holidays
Great flexibility and time off.