Adobe provides generous time off, and we encourage you to use it—whether it’s for vacation or personal reasons. You also receive paid holidays and company breaks.
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Paid time off
How much time off you have available depends on your employment status:
There’s no specified amount of vacation days or paid time off for full-time exempt Adobe employees, so we encourage you to work directly with your manager to arrange the time off you need when you need. At Adobe, we believe that taking time off is essential to the health and productivity of every employee.
All regular exempt employees, regardless of how many hours they work, accrue sick time and can use it for a variety of purposes related to their own care and the care of family as described in the Exempt Time Off policy.
All non-exempt employees accrue two days of Personal Time Off (PTO) each month for their first five years of service (PTO is prorated for part-time employees). After five years, you’ll begin to accrue more. You can use this PTO for vacation, sick time, personal business, or floating holidays. You are also required to use your PTO during the July and December company break periods.
As an intern, you accrue sick time. If a holiday falls on your normally scheduled workday, you’ll get paid for working that day. Time off and company breaks that are not holidays are unpaid.
Company break periods
Adobe takes two company-wide breaks each year, for a summer and winter holiday. The dates of these periods change each year. For 2022, they are July 4–8 and December 23–January 2. Exempt employees who work 24 hours or more per week will be paid their base salary during these times; nonexempt employees must use PTO. If you're unable to take time off during these breaks for business reasons, work with your manager to arrange an alternative break period.
Employees working at least 24 hours per week will be paid for Company-designated holidays. Interns get paid for holidays if the holiday falls on their normally scheduled workday.
|January 3||New Year's Day (in lieu of January 1)|
|January 17||Martin Luther King Day|
|February 21||President's Day|
|May 30||Memorial Day|
|July 4||Fourth of July Holiday|
|July 5||Summer Holiday|
|July 6||Company Paid Time or PTO (Summer Break)|
|July 7||Company Paid Time or PTO (Summer Break)|
|July 8||Company Paid Time or PTO (Summer Break)|
|September 5||Labor Day|
|November 24||Thanksgiving Day|
|November 25||Thanksgiving Holiday|
|December 23||Christmas Eve Holiday (in lieu of December 24)|
|December 26||Christmas Day Holiday (in lieu of December 25)|
|December 27||Company Paid Time or PTO (Winter Break)|
|December 28||Company Paid Time or PTO (Winter Break)|
|December 29||Company Paid Time or PTO (Winter Break)|
|December 30||New Year's Eve Holiday (in lieu of December 31)|
|January 2, 2023||New Year's Day Holiday (in lieu of January 1)|
2022 global wellbeing days
We hope you use this time for taking a break, giving back, thinking creatively, or whatever else you may need to do to take care of yourself.
Friday, March 25
Friday, April 15
Monday, May 2
Friday, June 17
Monday, August 15
Friday, October 21