15 days policy
Answered - Logistic & Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) - San Juan, PR
Vacation policy was fair. Started with two weeks and gradually increased over time.
Answered - Accountant (Former Employee) - Princeton, NJ
It varies based on service years.
Answered - HUMAN RESOURCES COMPLIANCE LEAD (Current Employee) - Plainsboro, NJ
Maximum 25 days
4weeks a year is right but what about Saturday n Sundays , still vll follow as per company policy
The vacation policy was pretty standard : two weeks for the first 3 years (with roll-over), then it advanced to three weeks until 10 years.
The company gave us the day after Thanksgiving off and the week between Christmas and New Years, which was very generous.
Answered - Territory Business Manager in Pharmaceutical Sales (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH
15 days paid vacation
4 days optional personal days
Answered - Expenditure Analyst (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL
Very generous, at 25 years had 6 weeks plus Company Holidays and ability to float up to 5 days. Could also bank up to 2 weeks towards retirement.
Answered - Neuroscience Sales (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD
After 39 years I left with 6 weeks of vacation.
Answered - Animal Technologist (Former Employee) - Mount Vernon, IN
Fifteen days per year
Answered - Quality Assurance Supervisor (Former Employee) - Mayagüez, PR