Keystone Human Services offers a very generous paid time off (PTO) benefit. PTO may be used for vacation, medical leave and/or personal reasons consistent with KHS policies and subsidiary procedures.
PTO is accrued bi-weekly in hourly increments based on the employee’s bi-weekly hours, length of service and job status (exempt/non-exempt). Full time, nonexempt employees accrue 20 days per year and full time, exempt employees accrue 25 day per year. Part-time employees accrue PTO based on 20 hours/week. Casual status employees, temporary employees, and interns are not eligible to accrue PTO. PTO accrual amounts increase based on years of service.
Answered by Keystone Human Services
You can't get sick and if by chance you do you have to find someone to cover your shifts. Yes you accure a ton of PTO but you'll NEVER get to use it, unless you get a doctors note and hand it in the same day.
You basically get very little sick time, only a few days if that. You must use your vacation when your sick. They take your PTO.
What is the role as a psychiatric technician at Keystone?
You get 3 sick a year and must have a doctor note if you use all 3 at the same time.
Answered - Program Director (Former Employee) - Tunkhannock, PA
Keystone offers accrual of 4 weeks Paid Time Off from your start date. A lot of time off compared to most companies.
I only worked for 5 months and considered that to be 4 months to long.