Northrop Grumman provides a comprehensive benefits package and a work environment that encourages your growth and supports the mutual success of our people and our company. Northrop Grumman benefits give you the flexibility and control to choose the benefits that make the most sense for you and your family.
Interns get no benefit, other than paid holiday leave and 401K I enjoyed my several internships here, and would recommend to a friend.
Matching 401K plan to 4% if emp contributes 8% - but beware of vesting requirement - up to 3 years.
They match 401k contributions up to 8%.
Regarding 401k benefits: - Less than 5 years of service = 6% company match when employee contributes 8% - 5+ years of service = 7% company match when employee contributes 10% - Vested after 3 years of service Regarding vacation and PTO: - Different PTO accural rates based on years of service (0-1 years rate is 120 hours/year) - New hires (including re-hires and intern-to-full-time conversions) receive a one-time deposit of 40 PTO hours - 10 company holidays in a calendar year
You get 10 paid holidays every year. Six are set holidays and four are floating to fill in year end holiday break and Friday after Thanksgiving. Northrop has a 9/80 schedule so floating holidays move around depending on where off Fridays fall. In addition, you get 120 hours of PTO. This is not exactly 3 weeks with a 9/80 schedule.
The company offers great health, dental, vision plans. They do offer a good 401K plan and will match dollar for dollar up to a certain percentage.
Healthcare options are mediocre and costly, oop max goes up and up, no company perks ZERO unless you count 9/80 schedule, no free anything not even coffee except for a free cookie and drink a couple times a year when there's a successful launch, clubhub have gone from good to nearly nonexistent - just 1 baseball game and a mediocre meal. We can no longer but extra PTO, if you need a little extra at the beginning of the year then you'd best save it up in previous years. It takes a very long time to increase your PTO accrual. 10 years just to get an extra week from the starting 120. Since I was already there before we were acquired by NGIS, I won't get an increase in PTO, for another 6 years!
Decent benefits cost. 8% company match. Other companies slightly cheaper plans. Pretty basic nothing outstanding or unique
Expensive health insurance. I ended up canceling my coverage and getting it somewhere else.
401K is very competitive, Vacation and sick time is nothing to write home about. After being with the company a few years there's not much benefit of sticking around.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.