One lump amount for all time off (sick, vacation, etc.). Benefit costs are comparable to other companies in the area.
Benefits are very expensive, and high deductible. NO sick leave offered.
Probably not much worse than competitors. Leidos, unfortunately, seems to be positioning itself as the cheapest guy in town. However, partly due to influx of hacks from IS&GS, indirect costs have apparently ballooned as of 2018.
Average benefits offered, bonus pool is very small. Starting vacation leave is average, accrues fairly slowly. No pension, little perks.
401K will match to 6%, the medical and dental options are week and not good.
10 holidays, 15 vacation, 401k match up to 5%, HSA and FSA options as well as Essential or Advantage Health care plans through Aetna or Anthem
401k - 5% match. gained one holiday but lost 3 vacation days for 2018. Medical monthly premium for a family is OK, but it is a high deductible plan. the company contributes to the HSA. Benefits differ across the company for various "benefit packages"; some jobs have no benefits.
20 days PTO maximum, based on years of service. No separate sick leave. After the merger with Lockheed Martin IS&GS, legacy Leidos employees who had the maximum PTO benefit lost 4 days. The company reduced their time from 24 days to 20.
Comparable to industry standards. Free sporting event tickets. Decent corporate traiining
Recently went through a merger so benefits are changing as of 1/1/18. Change is hard for people, but I think Leidos is doing a good job getting its employees the best bang for the buck.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.