46 employees reported this benefit
Accrued every pay period and increases after two years employment
You can't take vacation time until you've been employed for 6 months which is frustrating since life doesn't exactly stop for 6 months. However, as the years progress, times accrues more quickly and combined with holidays, there is significant time available.
My department head did not allow us to take more than two consecutive days off for vacation (not including weekends). We were a paper-pushing office, not an ICU or ER. Vacation allocation is on a department-to-department basis. Tulane talks a great game about work/life balance but does not stand behind it. Supervisors will "check up" on you while on vacation. Vacation days go back to the university if you don't use up a certain number by a certain date. Sisyphean to the core.
Most generous time off policy I've ever had. You earn two weeks off in your first year, 3 weeks off in years 2-10 and 4 weeks off after year 10. Additionally, you earn sick days each month and have many holidays off.
Not enough time given, strict
In additional to a very fair allocation of PTO, you also get major holidays off and breaks when the University closes for Christmas.
Vacation and sick leave (including time off for christmas)
You get quite a few holidays, which is nice.
very good vacation and paid time off structure
Vacation time accumulates slow, with less than a day a month in the first year, and no vacation allowed until after six months. Paid time off between Christmas and New Years which is great.