Very flexible schedule to entice employees
Contract Attorney (Former Employee) – Tysons, VA – December 8, 2017
Generally open 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (officially, anyway); often more than that though. Employees are limited to 12 hours a day, but there is no minimum. They encourage working "core hours" of roughly 10 - 4, but that's not strictly enforced. Weekend hours are also frequently available, so it's pretty easy to fit in your 40 hours work week at convenient times.
Overtime is an occasional perk. Sometimes capped at 50 or 60 hours, but I've seen unlimited too (if you don't go over 12 per day--they adamant about that).
Bosses are very laid back and cool. They expect a certain review rate and, of course, accuracy and do cut employees that are not hitting the required quality levels.
The upper management can be a bit more controlling, but they only interact with the project managers so general staff is insulated from their occasional issues (like getting overly freaked out about people working too late or early or work quality). The three main managers are very easy going if you are doing the necessary quality and quantity.
And free lunch on Friday free parking. Other benefits (like 401k and maybe health) only kick in after a year or 1,000 hours or something like that. I don't know, I never got there.
I only left because I relocated. Otherwise, would love to still be there!
Free lunch on Friday, very flexible schedule