4 weeks Or 5 weeks per year
Four to six weeks
None -Temp worker
Answered - Administration Assistant (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Very reasonable 4 weeks a year
Answered - RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) - Brooklyn, NY
20 days per year
Answered - Physician Assistant (Former Employee) - Brooklyn, NY
You accumulate some many vacation hours per pay period as you work.
Answered - Operating Room Head Nurse (Current Employee) - Brooklyn, NY
If you have enough annual time on the books, you can take as many vacations as you can afford.
Answered - Lead Registrar (Current Employee) - Brooklyn, NY
That depends upon how many days you're allowed to accrue (150) hours I believe was the limit which must be taken during the yaer spread-out over approximately not more than 2-3 weeks consecutively.
Answered - Addiction Counselor/Community Liaison Worker (Former Employee) - Brooklyn, NY
Two weeks vacation yearly
Answered - Social Worker (Current Employee) - Brooklyn, NY
You build up vacation time with amounting work hours. On average 2 weeks a year.
Answered - Hospital Care Investigator (Current Employee) - Elmhurst, NY 11373