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Vacation Benefits will vary depending on the PAE contract for overseas employment. Corporate employee vacations will depend on the length of employment. New employees will received two weeks of Paid time Off.

Answered by PAESeptember 26, 2017

Current 18 to 24 months for a Top Secret clearance. There is a backlog at the moment.

Answered December 11, 2019

Provide room for growth in pay. Have rotation with work .

Answered May 30, 2019

Where do I see myself in 10 years

Answered July 16, 2019

I run most equipment and have 18years experienced.my pay was 21 dollars a hour

Answered December 3, 2018

The most common stress working there is that a GOW OR FC can not make mistakes because of PIRS that are written up by DHS.

Answered October 11, 2019

Employees under the PAE contractors don't get a raise. It stays the same and the cost of living goes up. There is no Union and Management gets away with too much. Dead end job. Get out while you can.

Answered June 21, 2019

Dont merge teams it was really unnecessary and now we are stuck with supervisors and leads who dont even know our process. Not to mention supervisors cant supervise us at all. There are too many of us for only 2 people. We can never find them or get ahold of them and they generally cant help anyways.

Answered September 29, 2019

Benefit packages will vary depending on the various PAE contracts for overseas employment. As a Corporate employee and Recruiter for PAE for over 11 years, I have been very satisfied with the PAE basic benefits(Health, Vision, Dental) coverage that I have received. Other PAE benefits to include: Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays have also been more than adequate given the length of my employment with PAE.

Answered by PAESeptember 26, 2017
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