After 6 months you get 1 vacation day. Every three months you get 1 more vacation day. You can have, at most, 2 vacation days. If you do not use them, you lose them.
Answered - Sales Representative (Current Employee) - Elkhart, IN
Yes, 80 hours vacation and 24 hours sick leave per year for an employee of 3 years.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Sierra Vista, AZ
It's called "paid time off" and it is accrued ever paid period (every 2 weeks) at a rate of 5 hours per 2 weeks after working with the company 4+ years. This is the max amount that can be accrued over the pay period.
Answered - Account Manager (Current Employee) - Newbury Park, CA
I worked for the same company 25 years and had 15 days of paid vacation. The shop was also closed for 6 holidays per year.
Answered - Specialist (Former Employee) - Lehi, UT
No vacation, and no sick pay. Personal days I could not take due to the fact that they would not let me miss a day of work.
Answered - Pressman (Former Employee) - Nogales, AZ