Can you ever negotiate more vacation days?
The easiest time to negotiate for pretty much anything — more money, more vacation time, working remotely one day a week, or so forth — is when you’re originally negotiating your job offer.
You can also suggest more vacation time if the employer is unable to agree to something else you’ve requested during negotiations.
How do I ask for more vacation days?
If you want to ask for more vacation days in your benefits package, here are five tips from Denis, in her own words.
- Start the conversation.
- Ask for a slight increase.
- Bring the evidence.
- Request a number that works for you.
- Ask early in your job negotiation.
How much vacation time is normal?
Typically, the more years an employee has worked at a company, the more vacation days they are allowed. The majority of paid vacation days is 10-19 paid vacation days. The average vacation time in the U.S. after five years of service is 14 days.
Can you negotiate time off?
Negotiate when you get the job offer
But if they say no, you should definitely counter by asking about more vacation days. If they say yes (congrats!) you should still ask about more vacation days. So when they’re thinking about negotiating for time off, sometimes they can move things from one place to another.”