The Company provides Earned Time Off (ETO), which is to be used for all of the employee’s time off needs (vacation, sick time, doctor visits, personal business, etc.).
All regular, full-time and part-time employees that are scheduled to work at least 20
hours per week are eligible for ETO as outlined below.
Employees accrue ETO Leave based on their total service with the Company, in accordance with the following:
Through 5th year 160 hours (6.16 hrs earned per pay period)
Beginning 6th year 200 hours (7.70 hrs earned per pay period)
Beginning 11th year 240 hours (9.24 hrs earned per pay period)
Answered by bioMerieux
There is a policy for sick days but there is a limit to what you can do.
Answered - Marketing Communications Telemarketer (Former Employee) - Durham, NC
Employees receive 4 weeks (160 hours) of earned time-off (ETO) each year, to be used for vacation and sick leave. Using over 160 hours of ETO in a year can result in a write-up and further consequences.
Answered - Process Technician (Former Employee) - Hazelwood, MO
4 weeks of vacation
Answered - Weekend card production (Current Employee) - Saint Louis County, MO
There are no sick days, you need to take vacation or PTO.
Answered - Immunoassay Specialist (Former Employee) - Durham, NC
You can ETO for sick time 160 hrs./year
Answered - Shift Supervisor - Team Lead (Current Employee) - Durham, NC