Eligible full-time employees earn and accrue PTO based on paid hours up to 2,080 per year, excluding overtime. Eligible employees working less than forty (40) hours per week will earn PTO hours on a pro-rated basis according to the accumulation rate per hour (See table). Length of service determines the rate at which PTO will accrue. PTO does not accrue on payments received for short or long term disability, unpaid leaves of absence, or PTO pay-out upon termination. Employees paid forty (40) hours each week will annually accrue PTO based on the table below:
Completed Years of Service Bi-Weekly Accumulation Maximum Annual Accrual
Less than 5 years 0.0577 x # hrs worked 120 hours (15 days)
5 through 9 years 0.0770 x # hrs worked 160 hours (20 days)
10 or more years 0.0962 x # hrs worked 200 hours (25 days)
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Being outgoing and friendly is a must at this company, so smile
I think we need to slow down on expanding our footprint, and take some time to repair and update our current footprint. we are gaining customers so quickly in some places, we cant keep materials and equipment on hand to complete our work to Midco standard.
Its only getting bigger, field techs will always have a steady job
Typing test and questionaire
What position did you have to travel to Sioux Falls for?? Was it for a Field Technician? Thanks
I love the company, i feel they care about the employees, but a lot of the short falls come from some lower level management, who don't express any desire to ask for help, or offer improvements up the chain of command. "this is what we have, and have always had. Deal with it"
Workings on days when you get back to back calls with little time between calls.