I did get 4 weeks vacation a year when I retired
Answered - Assistant Supervisor (Former Employee) - Marion, OH
Vacation days are ok only if you can take it. The work is so much and people are not able to take their vacation days
Answered - Lead Developer and On-site Coordinator (Former Employee) - Warren NJ
First year is 2 weeks than it goes up for there with seniorit.
Answered - Technician 2 Fiber Network Field Technician (Former Employee) - Ontario, CA
Good. 14 days a year
Answered - Lead Spec-Ntwk & Info Sec (Former Employee) - Manassas, VA
I did not get any.
Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Marietta, GA
It's outstanding. There are few things in life I find as fantastic as knowing I am being paid to play in Disney World.
Answered - Sales Manager (Current Employee) - North Carolina
Vacation time is amazing!
Answered - Account Manager (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Year 1-4, 2 weeks. Increases by 1 week every 5 years. Caps at 5 weeks at 25 years.
Answered - Senior Analyst (Current Employee) - Washington City, DC
1-5 years = 2 weeks, 5-10 years, = 3/4 weeks.
Answered - Director Call Center/Retail Sales (Former Employee) - Folsom, CA
Vacation time is accumulated; employees are give two weeks for their first year of service.
Answered - Operator (Former Employee) - Long Beach, CA