Good work/life balance, pretty easy to take off when you need to. Pays overtime. Flexible hours. Good 401 K benefits and PTO.
Parsons offers good benefits. There are financial incentives to get a physical and health screen every year. Vacation time is fairly standard. There are only 8 paid holidays per year.
Relatively cheap health insurance, minor match on 401k, employee stock ownership program after a year.
Parsons benefits showed investment in their employees. Parsons was employee-owned and one of my benefits was a significant annual Parsons stock bonus.
The fact that they offered benefits for Part Time employees was surprising and much appreciated
You only get 3 weeks PTO no matter how long you have been in the industry and if you get sick, you have no choice but to use PTO or come in sick. I am also not a fan of the ESOP. I would rather see this money put into a 401k where I have more control of its growth.
401 k matching up to 4%. The holiday schedule is very limited on the non federal side. All employees who are part of the federal group get the additional federal holidays off.
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.
Benefits for the company are very average. Health insurance was costly with average coverage and im sure it has only gotten worse. The one good thing was the employee stock ownership plan that contributed private company shares into your 401k every year and it was around 10-15% of your salary.
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.
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