Former employee, worked for Parsons on more than once supporting different programs. What I learned quickly-it’s al about the people. My stint, it was brutal and cut throat. Everyone out for themselves, manager was very poor, earned their managerial position from longevity with the firm not management capability. The back stabbing and micromanaging was insane. My second stint was amazing. Great people, great environment and great position. It’s all about the people. My advice, pay attention to the personality of whom ever you interview with, that will tell a lot. Additionally, ask to speak to someone related to the project but not on the interview list, try to get multiple perspectives.
Sporadic. Lack of definition in the estimate and visibility of line items in schedule make it impossible to know where you are in a project. So, tends to be very reactionary.