By seniority, depends on how long with company
Answered - Truck Technician (Former Employee) - Highland Heights, OH
I was a seasonal employee so I was not granted vacation days but everyone who was a full time employee that I talked to said they got a nice amount of vacation days and did not complain
Answered - Driver Helper (Former Employee) - Austinburg, OH
It's your normal policy I am up to 3 weeks 4 year
Answered - Driver (Current Employee) - Bensalem, PA
Vacation policy was good. You get 1 week for every 5 years up to a maximum of 6 weeks, plus an optional week which you can use to break up in to separate days or take collectively as one week.
Answered - Dispatch Associate (Former Employee) - Hodgkins, IL
You start off with a weeks vacation and it goes up from there.
Answered - Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) - Tonawanda, NY
You set your vacation time ahead of time , you can have up to a week . You also get paid on that vacation time . I never actually had a vacation so I don't know how many you can get per year .
Answered - Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) - Lakeland, FL
I would get 5 vacation days per year.
Answered - Package Handler (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH
1-2 weeks per year
Answered - Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) - North for worth, tx
Seasonal workers like me in this company do not get offered vacation time.
Answered - Driver Helper (Former Employee) - Escondido, CA
5 days after one year, pro rated from the 1st of January
Answered - Graphic Designer (Former Employee) - Springfield, MO