Associate Civil Engineer (Current Employee) – Hawaii – May 1, 2016
Very professional team, great benefits, frequent visits from business development managers (always know whats going on in the company). It can be harder if you are a younger engineer, especially if there is no one in your professional life stage in your office. I always had support, but it is easy to fall through the cracks if you are not proactive. If you want to grow and be trained, you need to make it happen.
Good benefits, good managers, exciting projects
You must be very proactive to get training or development help.
IT Vendor Management Analyst, Senior (Former Employee) – Pasadena CA – April 27, 2016
A typical day at Parsons was eventful, always new things to learn and new people to meet. I learned many new things at Parsons from IT information and skills to get my work done.Management was great ,It is like family at Parsons.Co-workers are great all of them work together to get the task done and shared ideas on how to complete a certain task or issue. I enjoyed showing up to work everyday, The hardest part was when crunch time came and reports or days when some implimentations had to to be delivered,most of the time deadlines were met with very little issues.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – April 26, 2016
We had a great government contract with the Department of Labor. Parson had complete confidence in its team members and allowed independent as well as structured team management. Parson provides great benefits and good training opportunities.
Sr. Deskside Support (Former Employee) – Aiken, SC – April 25, 2016
Nice place to work. Nice people. Plenty of time off. the people are great. The people are very caring. Made some great friends over the years. The construction side are a great bunch as well. Very professional.
Accounting Manager (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – April 14, 2016
pay good salary, good benefits, treat employees fairly. Co-workers are nice and easy to get along. The hardest part of the job is the company has changed computer system recently and we have to learn new system.
Working at Parsons was extremely a wonderful experience for me. Very professional environment,wonderful people to work with and for. It was a temp assignment but they ended up calling me back a 2 time after my first assignment ended and I was going to be called back a 3rd time for and assignment with DISD but Parsons was not awarded the contract. If I could work with Parsons or DISD again I would jump on the opportunity in a heartbeat. Good jobs like that are very hard to come by but at least I can say I did it twice.
Corporate Employee Relations Director (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 5, 2016
employer that is innovative and always looking for a means to improve their brand while constantly striving to exceed clients expectations. Important for management to remember, individual employees are as great a resource as any other facet of the organization.
Great Company. Willing to help out through school and work alone side schedule. Was able to get a lot of experience in retail as well as the supervisor experience.I Have nothing negative to say about the company but unable to move up because didn't have experience as a stocker which in many situations only men were hired
Field Project Manager (Current Employee) – Various Cities with the US – March 14, 2016
Company re-organizes on a yearly basis. No specific business development personnel. Often times colleagues/management do not have the experience required for their positions. Compensation and benefits are good.
Disoriented Company with Constant Reorganization and Restructure
Finance Accountant (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – March 14, 2016
If you are a dedicated worker with great skills but too proud to brown nose, stay away from this company.
A Boss is different from a leader. I am sure that there are a few good managers within the company, but the ones that I had worked under over a period of ten years are unprofessional with huge egos. They are no role models and no leadership. Lot of favoritism given to those who plays the office politic games.
Make sure to buy your "Boss" and "Boss' boss" the big $ gift cards every Christmas. Pay for their drinks when they invite you to the happy hours. Buy lunch on the two boss' b-day. And always claps and agrees when your boss bad mouth their peers behind the closed doors. Having any integrity or slight conscious will bring you nothing but extreme unfair workload with impossible turn around time, insane conflicting priorities plus constant deadline changes. Your boss will go out of her/his way to make your life miserable. Worse, the credit and promotion are always given to the "players" instead of the one who actually worked.
At the end, your boss will lay you off under the excuses of lack of works or redundant position when it comes the opportunity of Company Restructure even though you have been forced to work Unpaid overtime every week. If you wonder who is going to do the work after the real workers are gone? No worry. The boss will justify to the CFO to hire outside consultant and spend more money that was cut from the laid-off employees!
Nice location with casual dress code.
Boss who can't lead. Poor work life balance under Unprofessional Management.
Great company to work for. Lots of great benefits. HR is very caring and knowledgeable. That's all I care to say about the company. I am very new and have not experienced any bad or unfavorable incidents.
Work Leader (Former Employee) – Wright-Patterson AFB, OH – February 16, 2016
Working for this company is the same as working for first support services. It was basically the same people from management on down from this company up to Parsons. I was hired in by this company and people.