You earned 2&1/2 days per month for your vacation time and if for some reason you have used all your vacation time allowed, the company is willing to work with you should unexpected occurrences arise. You are given 2 weeks paid time off.
Answered - Pharmaceuticals Cage/vault monitor (Former Employee) - Huntsville, AL
Every pay period (Two weeks) you would accrue 4.4 hours of PTO, and you could roll 40 hours over to the next year. More time spent with the company allowed you to accrue faster and roll more over. In addition, you get a "Flex day" to throw around the annual calendar, which is essentially like 8 hours PTO. Unpaid time off is a queer animal, and doesn't have any established policy outside of certain disability parameters or maybe military duty.
Answered - Distribution Operator (Former Employee) - Huntsville, AL
As a tenured rep I received 4 weeks of vacation from day 1, it depends on experience.
Answered - Pharmaceutical Sales Professional (Former Employee) - Laredo, TX
The policy was to increase your vacation for every year you were in the pharmaceutical industry. At the end I had 26 days of vacation annually.
Answered - District Manager Midwest Region (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
One month that can roll over into the next year.
Answered - Medical Sales Specialist (Former Employee) - Cherry Hill, NJ