Vacations are flexible as long as you have coverage and PTO hours.
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - New Jersey
New employees accrue roughly 5 weeks of vacation a year. Once you hit about five years you'll accrue closer to 6. Don't get excited, you will never have time to take it and if you do manage to take a week off, you will come back to an ash heap to have to clean up. Most of us sell our vacation because we simply cannot take it.
You get one week
Answered - Dialysis Technician (Former Employee) - Zebulon, NC
I believe you earn it but cannot use it until 6 months - 1st year is 5 weeks
Answered - Hemodialysis In-Center RN (Former Employee) - Westwood, KS
Some many pto hours,per pay period
Answered - Administrative Assistant/Secretary/Receptionist (Current Employee) - Cheraw, SC
As long as you earned PTO's
Answered - Dialysis Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) - Bellflower, CA
5 days a year
Answered - Ward Clerk (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY
I received over 9 hours a pay period.
Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - Saint Augustine, FL
Unsure because we were recently bought by Fresenius in Oct 2017
Hoping it's still the same as previous employers policies.
Answered - Administrative Asst/Receptionist (Current Employee) - Flint, MI