The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) cares about its employees, and this is evident through the abundance of benefits—both tangible and intangible—available to each individual.
401k is great with matching that increases after 10 years of service. Free dental and vision. Affordable Kaiser for family. Employee assistance program helps with locating services like childcare. New program that gives paid hours to do volunteer work during the workday. Large donation matching program.
The 401K and medical benefits are some of the best I've seen. There is no annual bonus, but the salaries are designed to compensate for this.
Great medical, dental, vision, life insurance benefits. The lab also offers Legal benefits.
The benefits here are excellent, especially compared to my former employer, which is a Lab that is located across the street.
Great benefits, amazing 401k, and some really nice employee services.
The best thing about LLNL benefits is something that's no longer offered: the pension. It's really great for those that have it. The 401k that new employees get is nice, but it's pretty standard these days. The worst thing about LLNL is that it can't really compete (on compensation alone) with all the nearby companies out in Silicon Valley.
Several health care plans allow one to select a plan that best fits their circumstances. The pensions for employees of at least 10 years remain fully funded, but regrettably new employees are not eligible for pension benefits.
Fairly comprehensive benefits package but pension plan is no longer offered.
not so good health care
Good benefits includes legal, kaiser, and other benefits. 401k match and special discount events.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.