They let you take off but don't tell you if there is a problem with you taking off until they write you up or fire you.
Answered - (Forklift Driver) (Former Employee) - Clearfield, UT
They don't provide sick days you can request the days off you dont get paid for them
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Three pre year
Answered - Landry room attendant (Former Employee) - Eastpointe, MI
There really isn't one, you get sick you find someone to cover your shift or management gets mad at you.
Answered - Kids' Activities Team Member (Former Employee) - Garland, TX
Corporate team members get 2 weeks PTO.
3 days per year
Answered - Line Worker (Former Employee) - Clearfield, UT
You must find cover for your shift if you are sick and must tell the boss that you are unable to come in. If you are unable to warn the boss beforehand that you are sick, chances are you're working the shift.
Answered - Operations Technician (Current Employee) - Centreville, VA
There isn't a sick leave policy. Any time you take off reduces your PTO. After that, you just can't get sick. They take all PTO accrued and the you go into the hole and they take what future PTO you may have had coming for the next year so you may never have another day free in the foreseeable future. Also you're likely to be fired before that.
Answered - Master Massage Therapist (Former Employee) - Minnetonka, MN
Full time has none- must take PTO
Answered - Cafe Manager (Current Employee) - Savage, MN