Pay and benefits are fundamental to any career decision. That's why we craft compensation packages that reflect the importance of the work we do for our customers. Employment benefits include competitive compensation, Health and Wellness programs, Income Protection, Paid Leave and Retirement. More details are available at https://www.leidos.com/careers/pay-benefits.
Current and former employees report that Leidos provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Its right on spot as most of the employers in the area”
“High deductible health insurance plan”
“Vacations would have been better managed.”
Vacation rollover up to 300 hrs, 4 weeks maternity/paternity, 5% 401K match etc...Overall great benefits
I think the benefits package is great from health insurance to 401k offering.
Reasonable but isn't anything amazing
Working from home was the best thing
It's a very good place to work
Their benefits varies according to your division and benefits package. Vacation for starting employees is pretty good, but the difference in number of days earned for a seasoned employee compared to a new employee is disrespectful. People that have been with the company for 20 years or more are only earning about 5 days more per year. With some companies going to "unlimited" leave, Leidos needs to stop up their game with employees, especially those that have shown commitment to the company and longevity. Their 401K match is good. Health benefits seem to be in line with other companies, and they offer an HSA, which is wonderful since you can take that into retirment. However, the fact they removed severance packages for staff that are working on contracts, that can be lost at a moments notice, is pathetic.
Great company benefits in vacation time and 401 k matching.
Decent benefits and company perks, onsite fitness center.
Every insurance offer has a $1400 deductible that must be paid before insurance will kick in. Maturity leave is 8 weeks. You have to accrue PTO, it’s not given upfront.
It is a really bad company unless you don’t want to work. They never asked my POC on Pearl Harbor once how I was doing. They only care about the looks such as clocking in and out. My POC called to complain they want me to work there and they fired me for…working on my dissertation on my own time. I loved the .03 a day pay raise. Really, $1.15 a month. Think twice 35.00 and you have to supply your own gas, paper….