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What kind of benefits does your company?
How many weeks of vacation did you start at?
Sick time ?

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Highest single medical coverage coming with a $750 deductible and only costing $40/mo, dental $2.00/mo and vision $6/mo.

HSA with the medical plan it comes with having a $0 single coverage premium and we put $600/yr into the bank account.

Life Insurance equivalent to your yearly salary and Short Term disability, both employer paid.

Voluntary Life, Critical Illness, and Accident insurance.

401k with 100% match up to a certain amount then 50% up to a certain amount.

Tuition Reimbursement up to $2000 every year.

Starting point of 17 Days PTO increasing every three years until it caps at 35 when you hit 14 years.

5 sick days

11 holidays plus Christmas Eve is usually a half day but not officially.

Accounting firm. Non-exempt accrues 15 days PTO; increase to 20 after 2 years. Exempt roles accrue 20 days; operations roles increase to 25 after 2 years; client service roles can buy the additional week if desired. All management gets 25 days. No designated sick time in addition. We have 14.5 paid holidays, including the full week of Thanksgiving. Paid parental leave for 8 weeks. Reasonable medical, dental, vision. Employees pay a portion, but it's cheap if covering oneself only. Gets expensive to cover a family, but we're competitive within our industry/location. 401k match up to 2% of salary and profit sharing (this is my only complaint...I think the 401k match should be higher). FSA for medical, dependent care, transportation. We have flexibility for fully remote work. Paid cell phone if appropriate for the role.

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20 PTO, plus 2 addtl days earned per year until 30 max days-8 sick, 5 self investment days (for outside training/education or volunteer work), 9 holidays and 3 floating. $1/month medical, employer paid dental/vision. 401k-just introducing a company match this year


Are you hiring?

We keep it simple when it comes to vacation at our IT company. We have a no vacation policy..means we offer unlimited vacation days to anyone as long as we get enough notice to approve, usually 1 week. We just put a rule that everyone must take minimum 3 weeks. Same works for sick days. We trust people that they are able to make their own decision and take the time they need in order to get well, get recharged then come back to work ready to rock.

We offer a pretty good comprehensive benefits that includes the basic dental, vision, health saving and wellness account.

It's been working well and people love the idea of the work life balance.


Wait but actually where you do work and are you hiring for HR???

4 weeks vacation, 10 sick days, 4 personal days. Full benefits (medical, dental, vision), pension matching


Computer Hardware Design and Manufacturing; General MicroSystems East and Holding Comp for 5 other entities.

Unlimited Vacation
Unlimited Sick
1 Mental Health a Day required to take off
Volunteer/Community Service 24hrs/year
Company is off between Christmas and New Year
Managers are told to have folx take a minimum of 25 days a year.
$2000 Health/Well Being Yearly Stipend
Stock Options
$2000 Professional Development Yearly
Free Cell Service and Smart Phone (i0S or Android)
90% of healthcare costs covered
Contributes $2000 to HSA


Are you hiring for HR roles?!?

Unlimited PTO (this year I have 5 weeks off booked so far)
15 sick days (but this is flexible)
Week off between Christmas and New Years


where do u work?


Started at 22 pto days (including vacation and sick time)
+5 days after 5 years with the company
+ 5 days after 10 years.
Max out at 32 days but you can always roll 5 over from the previous year


*a WITCH company?

12 holidays, 2 weeks vacation, 2 weeks sick time, 1 “my holiday”. This is for all full time non-exempt. Exempt start at 3 weeks vacation with everything else the same. Then the regular dental, medical, 500 a year for daycare, tuition reimbursement up to 5250/year graduate, 2500 undergrad.


15 days PTO, no allotted sick time, 10 paid holidays.


Same for my company. But you don't start accruing PTO until your 90 day mark.

20 (then 25) vacation days, unlimited sick time. Though, quite frankly, most people work on sick days but pre Covid it meant you were just at home and not in the office. Cap at 30 vacation days and then you can't accrue anymore untill you take days. We have an issue with people not taking vacation time so they keep giving us incentives to take time off. 13 paid holidays.


Unlimited. For Salaried associates, they don't track vacation or sick time, and there is no limit to how much time is allowed in a year.

Alot of people still don't take much time off. I've been trying to take at least one day a month (cause every month should have a 3-day weekend, amiright?), and fighting the guilt over taking "too much time."


Take it! Especially HR folx! We have to show everyone else the culture and if you have unlimited and get your work done, use it! :)


*Accidentally deleted my comment so reposting*
15 vacation, 3 flex, 5 sick and company summer recharge (closes for a couple days around the 4th of July) and winter recharge (closes the week between Christmas and New Years)


3 weeks PTO to start and every two years you add a week til you get to 6 weeks. 10 holidays and two are floating. No sick. Great health/vision/dental, 4 plans are offered and one is 100% covered by the company, the others are very affordable. 401k with 4% match. Company laptop. Fully remote work.


First year 40 hrs of accrued vacation, 40 hrs sick, ( increases every year up to 3 weeks), 32 hrs floating holiday, in addition to 11 paid company holidays. 90 % of Company paid medical, dental, vision insurance for the employee, FSA Medical/Dependent care, and 401k with a 3-6% annual contribution. Free meals in employee only restaurant.


You get nothing until you complete 1 year of employment then after that your vacation will be prorated until the end of the year. It is 80 hours. Next year you get 80 hours plus one more day and so every other year you get one more day. Sick will be the same but it is 6 months and you get 7 days. 7 paid holidays and you get your birthday off if this is after 90 days of employment.
None roll over and none get paid if you leave.


Is anyone else blown away at how crappy so many companies are with time off? I worked for higher Ed in NC and got way better benefits than some of these. I hope everyone finds an org that’s treating people more like people.


10 days vacation
10 holidays
No sick

Most states do not have laws about sick time. Even the ones that do only require a few days per year.

2 weeks paid vacation in 1st year, 10 paid holidays, 3 float/sick days.

DTO Policy. 36 hours volunteer time. 11 paid holidays. Two dedicated wellness days. Medical dental vision 401k stock options. Eligibility after 90 days.

How do the wellness days work? Are they separate from PTO bank? Paid out upon termination?

Medical, Dental, & Vision. FSA & DCFSA. Pet Insurance.

We start off with no time. We have to accrue it every month..7.5 hours of vacation and sick. Major holiday and birthday off.

I like the Pet Insurance. May have to suggest that.

15 vacation Days during 0-3 years of service
4 Personal Days
10 sick days per year
13 Holidays
Winter Break 5 days (Office closed between December 25 and January 1)

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