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

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I worked as an LTE so I did not receive any.

Answered - Office Associate (Former Employee) - Madison, WI

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Senioaty is always first so when you start you will be at the end, and you get 2 weeks off every year

Answered - Cook Supervisor (Former Employee) - Forrest City, AR

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Vacation policy was excellant

Answered - FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER/COOK SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) - Milan, MI 48160

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It is a government agency, so OPM sets the rules. As you gain years, your vacation time increases - the max is 8 hours per pay period. The government uses a 26 week pay period, or twice a month.

Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Employees are typically allowed 26 paid vacation days per year, 13 paid sick days and 11 paid federal holidays.

Answered - Assistant Special Agent in Charge (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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Employees are typically allowed 26 paid vacation days per year, 13 paid sick days and 11 paid federal holidays.

Answered - Assistant Special Agent in Charge (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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