Current and former employees report that Parsons Corporation provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Best thing is 401k, worst thing is yearly payout”
“15 days PTO/sick time and 10 days for the federal holidays. No new info on if they plan to at Juneteenth.”
“The Kaiser HMO rocks for Colorado.”
Great benefits for nearly all employees
8% 401k Match and good PTO. Military leave is unbeatable
4% 401k matching with no vesting period but they contribute annually at the start of the year. Others on here claim different matching % so it might vary based on benefit packages. 15 days PTO/sick time
Best thing is ESOP. Worst thing is low 401k matching that isn’t allocated monthly but once a year.
Technical Account Manager
Being a woman in tech, I only recently started advocating for myself at work about advancement opportunities. Because of this I wanted to ask this question to my male counterparts. When you have 1:1's with your direct reports and talk about career growth / aspirations what is your managers’ response typically? I’d like to gauge how my experience (negative) differs from others. For instance are you met with blockades, enthusiasm, dread, etc?
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Great health insurance and benefits
Insurance, 401k (2%), ESOP (8%), Vacation (20 days)
Chintzy 401k package. What used to be a good esop program is less attractive now that the stock is public and going backward
Best - above average benefits, low cost, fun perks Worst - PTO slightly lower than avg firm and includes sick, etc
401K with matching through Wells Fargo, heath care. Pretty average benefits. Nothing above and beyond.
There are different tiers based on how they value your position. I am in the highest tier and I get a 50% match up to 4% on 401k. The vacation is accrued which equals to about 4 weeks per year. It accrues weekly. You are given a holiday stipend if you are contracted out to a gov position. This means it is drained like your vacation time. On government contracts, Parsons does not honor the same holidays so you are forced to either take from your holiday bank of hours or use vacation to make up for it. They do offer ESOP but it is only gained after the first year. At the first year you get 33%. After three years you are fully vested at 100% of your salary. They do offer tuition assistance but it is only like $3,000/year and has to be approved.