UCHealth Vacation & Paid Time Off

80 employees reported this benefit
31 Ratings

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Sep 12, 2020
Current Employee in Aurora, Colorado

Great time off especially the longer you are there.

Jan 16, 2020
Current Employee in Fort Collins, Colorado

Ok, but no PTO cashout which, basically adds up to thievery from employees. When you are worked to death and it is hard to take any time off because there is no one to cover your shift you build up a ton of PTO and then lose it.

Jan 6, 2020
Current RN in Longmont, Colorado

Paid time off after 5 years of services has a really good accumulation.

Oct 31, 2019
Current Employee in Aurora, Colorado

All paid time off is banked into one category.

Sep 30, 2019
Former Employee in nullnull

Vacation, Sick, and Holiday is all one bank, so if your department is closed on a National holiday, you have to use PTO. This time can not be used in the first 90 days. It’s best to keep at least 24 hours in your bank to cover the holidays.

Sep 16, 2019
Former Employee in Aurora, Colorado

PTO has gone down in recent years. You can only accumulate up to 400 hours of PTO and then it can no longer bank

Aug 7, 2019
Current Manager in Aurora, Colorado

Limited PTO, especially for M-F employees. You are required to use PTO on holidays.

Jul 1, 2019
Current Chaplain Resident in Aurora, Colorado

For Chaplain Residents, UCHealth offers PTO only, which accrues at about 6 hours per pay period and can be used only after the first 90 days.

Jul 1, 2019
Former Employee in nullnull

Sick leave and vacation is in the same PTO bank. Number of PTO days is on par with other non-profit healthcare organizations, but woefully anemic compared to forward thinking tech companies.

Dec 5, 2018
Former RDCS in Colorado Springs, Colorado

not enough time off or PTO

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