Employees of athenahealth receive paid time off.
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I expected that 20 Sick Time days would not be maintained, but a bit sad that I lost 2 weeks due to company re-assessing benefits and setting new standards (bundling Vac, personal & sick time into 24 days for long-term employees). I often take my PTO time for medical appts or for assistance to family members. I will be looking closer at scheduling these is a sparse fashion. Could be worse so I'll graciously take what is offered.
Just moved to flexible time off so I'm not sure yet how that will play out for employees.
An individual gets twenty one days of paid time off a year, about the average in the market, nothing remarkable.
PTO is available and major holidays are there but if in sales, forget requesting time off in March, June, September and December. Even if you have it, given ultimatums and long talks if you take it then.
Good amount of PTO to start off with + all bank holidays off
20 days of PTO to start, but that includes sick days, and it doesn't increase based on tenure.
Increases the longer you're there, but probably should provide more.
Very generous PTO plan, but I almost never take the full amount. Able to roll over 2 weeks per year, but hard to take with busy work demands
decent vacation policy, increases after 5 years
Employees get roughly 21 days of vacation time per year. We are able to roll over 80 hours per year.