7 holidays with one floater and 2 weeks vacation to start with 3 week at 5 years.
Putting in for the time and keeping track of your hours. Also, staying on top everything overall.
Employees can accumulate up to 3 weeks so not too bad.
Not great. 90 hours for sick and PTO your first year. You don't get christmas eve or the day after thanksgiving off.
it's just okay for time off. needs to be monitored by management though.
I started with 10 paid vacation days, 2 personal days and paid holidays (major ones only)
Requires manual entry into HR process which is a departure from years past (bit administrative) but no real concern - just a process change to address.
We finally got upped to 3 weeks of PTO this year. I wish we got an extra week for every 2-3 years worked and didn't cap out at 5 years. The next jump in PTO benefits earned is 10 years (nothing more earned from 5 to 10 years).
Three weeks for experienced hires is not enough. I've been in industry for 20 years and had 5 weeks of vacation at my last position and had only worked there for 3 years. Long term employees here have a lot of vacation time. An equivalent package should be offered to experience hires coming in the same length of industry experience.
You can earn up to 6 weeks.