Accrue vacation based on years worked.
Answered - Assistant (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
200 Hours PTO for entry level, most jobs. Management accrues at higher rate. You accrue hours each pay day. Holidays come out of the PTO bank so it actually decreases what you thought you would have for vacations.
9.23 hours every two weeks. Vacation, holidays, and sick time all come out of the PTO bank.
Answered - Credentialing Specialist/Administrative Secretary (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO
2 weeks per year but based on FTE
Answered - RN (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Advice supervisor in advance.
Answered - Front Office Assistant (Former Employee) - Greenville, SC
There is not cavation or sick or holiday compensation. All time off is accrued in Paid Time Off.
Answered - Development Officer ll (Current Employee) - Shreveport, LA
Depends on the years work. 1 week per year depending on your tittle. I personal had no problems with time off or vacations.
Answered - Out Patient Clerk / Application Secretary (Former Employee) - Springfield, MA 01104
10 per year like anywhere else
Answered - Maintenance Technician/Security (Former Employee) - Portland, OR
They are very generous with PTO
Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - Lexington, KY
It's acrude by hours
Answered - Laundry Technician (Former Employee) - Lexington, KY