470 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.
Shold offer better time off instead of just base
Industry average and you can bank vacation
It takes a long time to rack up enough pto to actually take anything longer then a few days and you dont start to get vacation days until your with the company for a year
am very glad for this time its need when have family
Even part time employees were eligible for vacation time after one year of service.
Average for industry, not bad, not great, they are about average for the industry. There are one or two competitors with considerably more time off.
When you asked for time off the manager had to approve your time off an usually she did not approve it.
5 days after 1st year, 10 days up to 5, 15 days up to 15 years, 20...
Accrual rate is decent, and there is holiday pay. Not exposed to too much of the benefits as an intern.
Employees earn paid time off at a calculable rate for time worked, excluding during the first 6 months of employment. At the end of the first 6 months they are given PTO and then continue to accrue time until they reach a certain amount, at which point accrual stops until they use it. The accrual rates may seem small at first, but once I did the math I found I would get about 2 weeks per year to start, which is more than I've seen at most other retailers.