37 employees reported this benefit
You get a good amount of time.
Couldn't use it, so it didn't matter.
You and your colleagues cannot take off at the same time
Get a great amount of PTO, including holidays. Also, you get 16 weeks per year of FMLA, which is wonderful.
Not enough vacation and time off in order to provide effective self-care. When taking sick time, it is looked down upon by management and expectations are not reduced. Sick time cannot be easily or readily taken due to lack of compassion within management. Overall- not sufficient.
You get accrued time off and can earn up to 2 weeks of sick and vacation leave to use at a time. It's a pretty slow accrual and you need to make up your hours before and after vacation leave and sick leave.
Vacation leave is decent and employees can earn up to 160 hours a year for vacation. Vacation caps and one must use days once maxed out to continue earning.
Can't beat 2 weeks of paid relaxation!
It takes too much time to accrue vacation days during the first year. The first 6 months are the most stressful and time off was definitely needed.
Working holidays is no fun, but when children have no where to go for the holiday, it makes it worth it to work. I enjoy working part of Christmas and Thanksgiving to share love and support to children without families. And, if you work on a holiday, you get 8 hours of floating holiday time to take off a later date.