Recent switch from ESOP to more traditional 401(k) has resulted in more real funds in individual retirement plans...if you chose to switch over.
Company provides reasonable health insurance, average 401k, ESOP. Paid time off is comparable to others in this industry. Work schedules are flexible dependent upon program supported.
Depending on the division or group you are in, your match can be 5% (50% of the first 10%) Work from home is a great option if your role requires it. 3 weeks of paid time off in a year (but you must accrue it)
Best thing was the ESOP, they should try to bring it back.
A lot of options for what you are needing or looking for. This company is around the world so they cover tons of different things.
Standard PTO (15 days a year to start). 401K is kind of a joke as they do a 50% match on your contribution up to the first 6%, but you have to be employed with them at the end of the calendar year to receive it meaning that not only is it not guaranteed, but that investment is not growing throughout the year. ESOP is evidently only offered to certain employee groups and I do not get to take part in it. They offer to pay for professional development and certifications, but you have to pay it back if you leave within a year of reimbursement.
Parsons has a better than average benefits package. They offer ESOP which is very gernerous.
their health insurance and employee stock purchasing plan is pretty good
Nice people in Project Controls, Not great projects
They will hairs with one vacation amount and then change their mind. Given Virginia is a right to work state they can and do do this often.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.