As a contractor, if you don't work, you don't get paid
Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Green Bay, WI
There was no vacation days available which is expected from a contract company.
Answered - Disbursement Agent (Current Employee) - Memphis, TN
It was a temp job so there were no vaction days.
Answered - Jr. WLAN Engineer (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN
You can take 1-2 weeks vacation but without pay
Answered - Alarm Technician (Former Employee) - Bridgewater, NJ
No vacay.... rather, whenever you want, but it is not paid....
Answered - Sr. Project Manager (Contractor) (Former Employee) - Winston-Salem, NC
They are a temp firm you set your own PTO.
Answered - Contractor for CenturyLink (Former Employee) - Dublin, OH
Answered - Project Manager (Current Employee) - Greensboro, NC
Your vacation time is done various ways, their benefits are one of the best cafetiteria programs i've seen,
Answered - Lead CDI Trainer/consultant (Current Employee) - Based out of Chattanooga but cover the glob
This was a Temp Company.
Answered - Level II Analyst (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK
It was staffing no paid vacation
Answered - Lead Technician (Former Employee) - San Angelo, TX