175 employees reported this benefit
More vacation and paid time off than I would need.
Unfortunately, there's a limit to how many vacation days you can rollover to the following year...at one point, people banked all their days and 'cashed them in' all at once. By doing this they were effectively retired 2 years early but remained on the payroll as full-time employees.
I was able to work at home remotely. It was very flexible.
Once you are off probation, PTO accrues at a pretty good rate. After about two years you get into a use or lose status if you haven't used your leave so it is pretty encouraged to use it.
If you give sufficient notice to time off they will allow it. The way upper management handles issues was quite well.
Halfway decent amount (probably comparable to a lot of places in Philadelphia), but you have to accrue time and that depends on how long you have worked there.
depends on your area and team. Overall great system
Standard but also a week off between Christmas and New Year's
Days are accrued on a rolling basis.
Plenty of vacation and paid time off. Summers are generally slow if you have a student-facing job and many departments are also at minimal operations (or "closed") between Christmas and New Year.