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19 Amazing Companies Offering The Best Vacation Packages Hiring Now!

What is it about the summertime that has many of us thinking, “Sheesh, I wish I had more vacation days!” Perhaps it’s scrolling through Facebook seeing all of our family poolside with a fruity cocktail or that one friend who seems to post endless photos of their exotic getaways. Whatever it is, the summer months can bring on some serious FOMO or “fear of missing out” as the young people say.

However, instead of letting jet-setting jealousy set in, let this serve as motivation to prioritize PTO as you search for your next job. After all, vacation time and work schedules are completely up for grabs when negotiating a new job or promotion. Think carefully about how much time your want off, or better yet, find a company with an unlimited PTO policy.

Close out of the Facebook photo album of your college buddy’s Miami beach vacay, and start browsing these amazing companies with some of the best vacation packages around.

1. Kabbage
Company Rating: 4.6
Vacation Perks: When it comes to benefits, Kabbage is continuously working to create a comfortable and collaborative environment for our team members (and their dogs!), all with an incredibly high laughter quotient. With unlimited PTO and a six-week sabbatical program, plus in-office meditation classes and on-site courses, there’s a benefit at Kabbage for you.

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2. Amgen
Company Rating: 3.7
Vacation Perks: Amgen touts award-winning retirement plans, combined compensation, and robust and inclusive benefits including incentives for healthy living and paid time-off for volunteering. Employees rave about three weeks vacation and two “shut down” periods during the winter holidays and the week of Fourth of July.

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3. IKEA
Company Rating: 3.8
Vacation Perks: Employees say they can get three weeks per year at start of employment, five weeks per year after five years of employment, and seven weeks per year after 10 years of employment. Plus, IKEA offers its 13,000 salaried and hourly employees in the U.S. up to four months of paid parental leave.

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4. Memorial Sloan Kettering
Company Rating: 4.1
Vacation Perks: In addition to 12 paid holidays every year, employees are eligible for vacation time based on their job classification and length of service. MSK also offers backup childcare, backup adult/elder care, and work-life seminars. Plus one employee reports, “We are able to bank up to 200 hours of vacation time, which never expires.”

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5. Monsanto Company
Company Rating: 3.9
Vacation Perks: Monsanto’s U.S. vacation schedule is generous, with full-time employees given four weeks in their third calendar year of service in addition to 14 holidays per year. Through unique family-friendly programs, Monsanto’s goal is to help employees keep the right balance of work/family life.

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6. General Motors (GM)
Company Rating: 3.8
Vacation Perks: GM offers generous vacation time, generally ranging from 3 weeks to up to 6 weeks, based on service and approximately 16 annual paid holidays. GM also offers flextime scheduling, an alternative work arrangement that permits salaried employees (in job assignments that are compatible and with leadership approval) to select the hours they will work within certain parameters (e.g., core hours during which all employees in a department are expected to work).

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7. Capital One
Company Rating: 3.8
Vacation Perks: Capital One offers two types of time-off: (1) Non-exempt associates: The PTO program provides non-exempt associates with a “bank” of time that they can use at their discretion, such as for a vacation, illness or other time-off need. (2) Exempt associates: Capital One provides exempt associates the opportunity to earn vacation month by month from the date of hire. Also, associates can take 18 weeks for Maternity Leave, and 8 weeks for Paternity Leave, Adoption/Foster Care Leave, and Birth via a Surrogate.

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8. Accenture
Company Rating: 3.7
Vacation Perks: Accenture’s paid-time off policy encompasses traditional vacation time along with paid personal time off and sick leave, providing flexibility for how, when and for what purpose time off is taken. The number of paid time off days is based on career level and workforce, but ranges from 12 to 27 days per year. In addition to Accenture’s paid time off program, employees receive nine paid holidays and Accenture employees are able to donate paid-time off hours to help a colleague in a time of need.

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9. Ericsson
Company Rating: 3.6
Vacation Perks: One employee sums it up, “Probably one of the best vacation policy in the U.S.” The exact rewards available to each employee vary from region to region, creating the flexibility to adapt our offering to suit different expectations, requirements and ways of life. Another employee reports, “Very comprehensive vacation plan including 3 weeks to start as well as holidays and floating holidays you could use as you wish.”

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10. American Express
Company Rating: 3.7
Vacation Perks: In addition to a groundbreaking parental leave policy, employees report a great vacation policy. “The longer you’re with the company, the more vacation time you accrue. Starts at 4 weeks, extra week accrues at 5 year increments (5, 10, 15 – stops at 15). You can purchase up to an additional week, also,” says one employee. Employees can get 28 vacation days and can also buy and sell vacation each year, according to reports.

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11. Kaiser Permanente
Company Rating: 3.8
Vacation Perks: Kaiser Permanente provides paid vacation, holiday, and sick leave. Employees report receiving  15 days off per year initially and increasing depending on seniority. As an employee, you are eligible for benefits according to your full-time/part-time status and the number of hours scheduled to work per week.

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12. FedEx
Company Rating: 3.7
Vacation Perks: FedEx offers paid annual leave, wedding leave, maternity leave and paternity leave.  One employee reveals, “New employees get 2 weeks vacation plus 4 days personal/floating for total of 14 days in year one. Then you get another week after 5 years and 10 years tenure.”

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13. Intel
Company Rating: 3.7
Vacation Perks: In addition to annual vacation and paid holidays, Intel offers flexible work arrangements, paid and unpaid leave programs, and in some countries, paid sabbaticals. Intel employees report receiving 3-4 weeks of vacation each year. Employees say the company’s “paid sabbatical program is great” — the program can allow workers to take four weeks of paid time off every four years or eight weeks every seven years.

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14. T-Mobile
Company Rating: 3.9
Vacation Perks: T-Mobile employees say the company offers “very good paid time off,” with three weeks of PTO possible in the first year in addition to nine paid holidays. Employees say they can also increase time off allowances based on tenure.

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15. Deloitte
Company Rating: 3.7
Vacation Perks: Deloitte employees say that with up to 25 days of PTO, they can get “SO much time off.” Unused time off can also be accumulated and used for next year, they report.

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16. Eastman Chemical
Company Rating: 3.8
Vacation Perks: Eastman employees reveal they receive “a pretty great amount of time off”. Employees say new hires can start with two weeks PTO and can reach up to five weeks vacation time as they progress in their career.

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17. Humana
Company Rating:
Vacation Perks: Humana employees rave about getting more than seven additional vacation hours after every pay period on top of their three weeks of PTO and paid holidays. One employee reveals, “You can accumulate up to 200 hours and be compensated when you leave.”

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18. Glassdoor
Company Rating: 4.0
Vacation Perks: Salaried employees participate in our Vacation Matters policy that allows employees to take vacation time when they need it without worrying about vacation accruals. Hourly employees receive up to three weeks of Paid Time Off as well as two floating holidays and one day off each quarter to volunteer at the the non-profit of their choice.

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19. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Company Rating: 3.6
Vacation Perks:  Employees say the company provides “very good vacation benefits.” They can get four weeks vacation, three personal days, and six sick days, in addition to nine company holidays. J.P. Morgan employees are entitled to a variety of programs, ranging from maternity and paternity leave, back-up child care services, flexible work options, matching gifts, to discounts on banking services, electronics, arts and entertainment, fitness programs, travel and more.

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Editor’s Note: For “19 Amazing Companies Offering The Best Vacation Packages Hiring Now!” we explored the vacation offerings of popular companies chosen at random and verified information with the companies’ websites. The companies and jobs highlighted in this article are curated by the editorial staff, listed in no particular order, and do not necessarily reflect the official methodology of Glassdoor’s official awards or honors. For more details about how companies and specific roles are considered for editorial coverage, please visit Glassdoor for Employers.

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