70 employees reported this benefit
The Buckle employees receive paid vacation and sick time.
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2 weeks plus sick time, it's accrued based on how many hours you work, which is pretty standard.
Once your full-time averaging about 37 hours a week you actually earn hours to use for sick time and or vacation.
You can have this benefit ONLY if it is approved, and if your store doesn't have enough people then good luck getting any time off
Love the 2 week vacation that is paid. Also sick time is a week Rarely get Any time off around holiday
The paid time off is available, but the work up to getting the time off is difficult. Also depending on the manger the way the days are distributed was hard to use.
Because weekends are included in the work week, if you take 2 days vacation, you are still required to work the remaining 5.
If I needed to get off for vacation or even just wanted a weekend to myself, as long as I gave her about a week notice or found someone to cover my shift then she was pretty cool about it.
1 week of paid vacation for first full year, increasing with each year employed up to 25 days. Plus 5 days of paid sick/personal time per year.
Hard to use all the time given considering the work environment and work load
2 weeks is not enough time for vacation!