789 employees reported this benefit
In 2015, team members are eligible for Paid Time Off (PTO). The rate at which you accrue your PTO is based on your years of service, average hours per week, and position.
You get a certain percent of PTO per pay period base off of how many hours you worked during that period.
It was better when we recieved our vacation days up front, but i understand why they went for an accrual system. The advantage of the PTO system is that it can be used for both vacation and sick time, not one or the other.
Good enough and competitive with the rest of the market.
holiday pay is just one time extra pay
Market level PTO program,
It's your average PTO. Accrual rates increase at specified anniversary dates.
Ramps up quickly with length of service
Mostly requesting off is based on seniority if the list of people requesting off is full unless you state otherwise the reason why you want to request off for that date. More PTO is earned by working more overtime
I have 30 days PTO each year
Okay until you reach 5 years, then I would rate it good.