You only get vacation days (FTO) when you're a full-time employee. If you're part- time, you can request off ahead of time, but you just won't get paid. You can also use one of your 6 yearly call outs. Full-time employees have a 4 month probation period where if you take off during this period you start all over again. You also must be working 39-40 hours a week during this to start gaining FTO. The longer you work there the more FTO you earn a pay period. You can carry 5 FTO days into the new year. The most vacation time you can take at one time 2 weeks. If you've worked there 7 years or more, you can take 3 weeks.
It has no vacation policy no paid time off
Answered - Mobile phlebotomist (Current Employee) - Cherry Hill, NJ
There are no vacation policy for part timers you are given six days per year that you can miss work and doctors note does not count if you miss work on sick related issues after six days you are dismissed from wor k if you miss another day
Answered - Part Time Assesioning Clerk (Current Employee) - East Brunswick, NJ