@ I love bacon
No, I meant just the vacation days you get per year (not including days you get off if you're ill)
But I also think it's interesting to see what bank holidays you've got
@starcraft: that soundsfair enough
never called off do to being sick either, then again, I'm very rarely sick.
Living in France. I have 60 days off a year, lucky me I guess...
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25 days. I've worked two years for my current employer, 8 years in total.
28 days of vacation per year... This means I can have a nice summer vacation and Christmas/New Year to go back home as well.
My philosophy is work to live, don't live to work.
I don't know where you are from, but it sounds like you are not US grown but European grown. I like your style and I fully support your philosophy.
I'm gonna risk a ban to say that a lot of US grown people I have met have some really fucked up priorities in life.
10 holidays (Christmas, Thanksgiving, and so on. I can move them with minimal problem, but you can only move them back not forward)
15 vacation days (I get 1 extra day every year I work here after working for 5 years with a max of 20)
10 paid sick days (if taken, with no note needed unless I'm out more than 2-3 days)
I'll also throw in that if it goes after 10 days of sick time, I have disability insurance which would cover 60% of my salary that is paid for by work, then I have extra disability insurance that would cover me to near 100% that I pay out of pocket that doesn't cost too much at all.