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WorleyParsons offers paid vacation time for employees.
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They just reduced our yearly paid time off by 1 week
everyone has a 1 week reduction in PTO and you can no longer cash out
This is a benefit in a death spiral. If you accumulate to much PTO they will cash it out and give you their worthless stock as compensation for the earned PTO. No Choice.
Paid Time off includes vacation and sick days that's a accrued per paycheck. Paid Time Illness was rarely an option unless you were hospitalized.
I don't remember the exact policy any more, but I believe everyone starts with 120 hours PTO max on an accrual basis. Hours may be rolled over annually, but there is a 320 max cap after which no accrual occurs. I forget at which points you receive another 40 hours. I don't remember what the max, because I remember thinking I'll never be there that long when I first saw the policy. I don't think the allowed PTO is anything special. There's PTI for illness, but you don't get to touch that until you've exhausted all of your PTO, so for most people it may as well not even exist. 8 standard holidays, all of which are the usual dates. Again, nothing special. When the company asks for volunteers to work company-sponsored charity events, you are expected to use your PTO to do so. Apparently, their idea of charity is you giving up your time.
3 weeks of PTO per year
not enough time of when starting out in company
If you move from one country to another you lose your accumulated leave and have to start accruing from zerio
4 weeks vacation time is pretty good
it is as good or bad as anyone else in this town