- 5.0Aug 14, 2023Senior Staff GeologistCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearNew York, NY
Great comp time system, so if you work overtime you can accrue more time off than your base 2 or 3 weeks (this is limited to staff level, not project managers). Very supportive of mentorship, professional development, and involvement in external organizations.
Annoyingly focused on one's billable metrics, sometimes on a weekly basis. Work/life balance can be a challenge at the pace that expect staff to work.Langan Engineering and Environmental Services Response3mo
Thank you for your feedback! We’re happy to hear you have benefited from Langan’s industry-leading overtime and compensatory time benefits. It sounds like you are also taking great advantage of our professional development offerings, both internally and externally. We recognize that optimizing billable time in the professional services industry can be challenging at times – however, we are pleased to provide a work environment that offers work schedule flexibility, hybrid work options, a robust wellbeing program, and other benefits to balance work/life.
- 5.0Nov 12, 2023Staff EngineerFormer Employee
Great culture, interesting projects, good connect with upper management, lot of extracurricular involvement
Sometimes feels as though pay is a little low
- 3.0Jun 16, 2023Project EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsDallas-Fort Worth
The company provides a satisfactory work experience. The compensation is great for some, par for others. Bonuses are distributed two to three times a year although they are not near what they promote. The training offered is acceptable and the Mentor Program is commendable.
The compensation does not align with the level of work performed and years of experience. Despite claims of fair pay across the organization, I remain skeptical. Despite HR's claims that high bonuses (10-15% of salary) will offset the lower base salary, my experience reveals that actual bonuses typically amount to around 3%. This stark difference leads me to believe that the initial statement is false. Engineers tend to advance rapidly within the company, despite exhibiting poor work ethic and questionable principles. The organization promotes work-life balance, but it often results in some individuals taking advantage of personal time, leaving others to pick up the workload. Furthermore, there seems to be a clique mentality where only those in the "in group" are considered important. There appears to be a significant turnover rate within the company3Langan Engineering and Environmental Services Response5mo
Thank you for your feedback and years of service at Langan. For the past 5 consecutive years, we have taken great pride in being ranked nationally as a Top 15 Best Firms to Work For. Integrity and transparency are among our core values. Langan routinely solicits authentic feedback from our employees through a variety of means and values this feedback as a key driver of the firm’s consistent and progressive evolution. As a result, we uphold our standing as an industry leader in employee satisfaction and consequently have a low turnover rate year over year. Langan is diligent in providing a dynamic and robust compensation package on the leading edge of our industry. We are pleased to offer a variety of compensation incentives at every level of the organization that reward our employees fairly and generously for their contributions. In recent years, we have been fortunate to provide additional bonus incentives outside of the larger year-end bonus, one of which may be the bonus you’re referring to. Another accolade of Langan that we take great pride in is our recent Award for Most Impactful Support of Diversity & Inclusion. This honor is given to firms that excel in championing diversity, equity, and inclusion and have developed a company culture that integrates these strategies into the business framework. We are committed to building a team that represents and values diverse backgrounds, and we cultivate a culture where all voices are empowered, included, and achieve success.