Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Benefits
- All Employees
- Part Time
- Full Time
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.
Which benefits does Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory provide?
Current and former employees report that Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
Showing 1–10 of 193 comments
- 401K Plan(72 comments)
“No complaints with the 401k plan”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(38 comments)
“Government contractor so vacation and sick leave is very rigidly defined. LLNL has recently updated their policy so that you start accruing more vacation at 3, 5, 7, 10 years and beyond (used to just be at 5, 10, 20 years).”
- Health Insurance(36 comments)
“LLNL keeps my premiums pretty low.”
Generous 401K match. Good vacation time.
6% 401k matching with 3.5% bonus. Dental and vision health care. 15 days PTO and so many sick days I haven’t used even a quarter
Best thing is the 401K: match up to 6% and then automatically the Lab contributes 3.5%. Also, LLNL contributes quite a lot to health, dental, vision, etc. such that my monthly premiums are quite low. Worst thing is not really unique to LLNL, just California healthcare can be frustrating at times.
Consider their good 401k plan when reviewing your overall package
The benefits are standard across the company and are generally pretty good. My only complaint is the lack of bonus structure.
No complaints, but it's hard to get into! Which isn't a bad thing.
Company match on the 401k, good dental and medical, and paid sick leave are great.
Includes Medical, Vision, Dental, and Retirement
Compensation is salary only. No meaningful bonuses or other perks. Good 401k, 3 weeks vacation to start, 12 sick days per year and 12 paid holidays
The Lab now updated it's benefits to have a floating holiday and increased vacation accrual so that now the first jump to increased vacation accruals is now after 3 years of service from the former 10 years of service. Both of these are positive improvements to an already excellent benefits package!