51 employees reported this benefit
You essentially earn the PTO, depending on the position and department a lot of people are unable to actually take the time they earn off and the company doesn't allow vacation time to rollover to the next year. The company also doesn't allow employees to cash out the earned time off at the end of the year, if it isn't used its lost.
10 days a year after 90 days, lots of bank holidays
Best benefit of ZB is the vacation and paid time off. Individual "accounts" for personal time off, sick time off, and paid holidays.
Four weeks of vacation if you've been there long enough and/or have a salaried position, earn 1 sick day per month and those days accrue over time, 11 paid holidays with an occasional "free" day for participating in United Way
Industry standard. Although in 20 years I've not had any uninterrupted time off.
Lot of bank public holidays
Pretty standard. You acru 80 hours starting out. At 5 years, it goes to 120 and at 10 it's 180 hours. It's a use it our lose it place. So you cannot roll over the time off to next year nor cash out. If you work in a demanding job, you may and will likely lose out on vacation time. Professionals are allowed to use comp time but it must be allocated based on having worked 4 hours or more in a normal work week or having worked 4 hours or more on the weekend.
Banker's holidays, plus 4 weeks of PTO - it's great.
Paid vacation and sick leave.
Pretty standard time off (2,3,4 weeks) depending on level of position or time spent at Company. There are additional days off due to bank holidays