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What is the sick leave policy like? How many sick days do you get per year?

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As RevLocal continues to evolve as a business, the Paid Time Off policies continue to improve. A growing business is not a static business and it is the desire of RevLocal to provide our employees with incentives that encourage positive work habits.

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I haven't worked their for three years but when I was there they were willing to work with you on time off for sick leave, etc especially if you had children.

Answered - Digital Marketing Strategist Team Manager (Former Employee) - Ohio

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You don’t get “sick days”. You get standard (slightly below) market PTO days and if you get sick then don’t plan on vacation or vice versa. And you WILL get sick because their holiday time off is laughable so everyone tries to save the PTO they get and comes in sick. Plus you’re loaded down so it’s hard to even take time off.

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The sick leave policy is EXTREMELY strict. You cannot control when you might get severely ill so this question is very pertinent contrary to what others have said.

You're expected to suck it up and work even w/ a doctor's note recommending not to work for x amt of days even if you've been in the hospital for being ill.

Corporate execs have a different set of rules. They can come and go as they please and take as much time off as needed; however low level employees will get written up with just one day of absence w/ a doctor's note which is absurd b/c this allows germs to pass through the office by forcing sick and potentially contagious people to work creating a sick cycle. Plus, this ultimately causes employees to be sicker b/c they can't get time to recover at home, thereby creating more sick days than necessary.

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Five per year

Answered - Digital Marketing Consultant (Current Employee) - Denver, CO

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