Time off

What you need to know

Taking time off — away from your job — is vital to being at your best. We support this by offering ample time off for all kinds of situations.

Time-off programs

Non-exempt employees: Use Paid Time Off (PTO) for personal time, vacation, or illness.
You start earning PTO on your first day of employment. Full-time employees earn 4.92 hours each pay period. Plus, you earn an additional day for each year of service, with a max of up to 20 PTO days per year. Part-time employees earn PTO time pro-rated, based on your scheduled hours.

Exempt employees: Use the Tracking Free Vacation (TFV) policy to take time off for vacation, personal time, and short-term illness less than 7 days.

Paid Sick Time

Getting sick. Medical appointments. A sick family member who needs care. Paid Sick Time gives you the time you need to deal with these issues.

Non-exempt employees: Eligible for 5 Paid Sick Time days (40 hours) per year. Accrual is per pay period until you reach the max 5 days. You can use Paid Sick Time after you’ve been employed for 90 days.

Exempt employees: Eligible for 5 Paid Sick Time days per year. You receive all 5 days annually at the beginning of the year (or upon hire date) and can use them after you’ve been employed for 90 days.

Community Impact Time Off

Through our charitable giving initiative, PayPal Gives, you’re eligible for paid Community Impact Time Off at 100% of your base pay for 8 hours per year while volunteering at a qualifying charitable organization. Community Impact Time Off is available after your first year of employment.

Provider contact information

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