The practical matters of pay and benefits are important factors in any career decision. That's why we put so much time and effort into crafting compensation packages.
The thing about Leidos benefit package is that it's comprehensive.
They have great benefits. Dental and good pet insurance.
The benefit packages were too expensive on the employee side of the payments and when laid off without notice or cause, the COBRA payments are outrageous.
Average Health Insurance Education Reimbursement, if your division has the money (usually not) 3 Weeks Vacation to start 3 Floating Holidays 100% match on up to 5% of salary (used to be 6%... I expect it to drop again) Unless you're in the Reston, VA office, no good learning opportunities unless your division leader sets it up. If a hurricane hits, or crazy snow day putting the office out of work, then congrats! You don't have to work....immediately. But you will have to make up every hour missed by working extra when you're back in the office. That or burn your PTO. No sick days can be used until you've used 7 days of your PTO.
100% Matching 401k up to 5% is competitive. Medical benefit is good.
They do not allow snow days or some fed hoildays off. All have to be made up or taking as PTO
Not a good insurance benefit
Vesting in 401k match program took 3 years.
benefits for cleared contract positions are fantastic at ONI in Suitland. They are way better than any other companies contract positions within the building.
The benefits that Leidos offers are standard benefits. The best thing about the benefits Leidos offers is telework. The benefit that needs improvement is the vacation/sick leave. It is the standard 2 weeks of leave.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.