US Department of Veterans Affairs Vacation & Paid Time Off

589 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jul 29, 2014
161 Ratings

Employer Summary

13 to 26 days of paid annual (vacation/personal) leave, depending on profession. Annual leave begins to accrue immediately and can be used as it is earned.

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Employee Comments

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Oct 8, 2020
Former Employee

11 paid national holidays. If expected to work on a holiday, another paid day is provided. Over three weeks annual leave and an additional three weeks sick leave per year. Bereavement leave no questions asked.

Oct 6, 2020
Current Technical Director in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Depending on your length of service, you get a ton of vacation time. Many years you can't even use it all as you get so much!

Oct 8, 2020
Current Program Support Assistant in Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Pro: Vacation and time off is accumulated based on time on the job. Generous. Con: Sick time seems to be arbitrary.

Oct 2, 2020
Former Employee

The longer you work for the government the better this benefit is. Over time this benefit is excellent.

Aug 20, 2020
Current Employee

You get about 2 weeks of vacation a year, and about 2 weeks of sick leave as well.

May 20, 2020
Former Employee

I felt it was fair.

Mar 30, 2020
Current Accounts Receivable in Denver, Colorado

Nothing bad about the benefits

Mar 28, 2020
Current Nurse Practitioner in Monroe, Louisiana

great leave and sick time off. holiday time off is the best. tsp and retirement is great

Dec 7, 2019
Current Employee

Military time counts toward annual and sick leave growth. For the most part, if you have paid leave and want to take it no one bats an eye.

Dec 4, 2019
Current Employee

Seperate allowances for federal holidays, paid time off and sick leave

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