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.
Health benefits are OK but confusing -- maybe that has more to do with Obamacare regulations than anything particular to Northrop Grumman. Sick time and vacation time are rolled together in one PTO bucket, which accrues at each pay period. In addition to PTO, there are 10 company holidays which unfortunately cannot be shifted without permission -- you can't choose to work on President's Day and use the time off on a different day, for example. Overall, benefits are in line with other employers I have experience with.
Not bad, but then not the best, average overall
Best: Week off in December Worst: none
401, vacation, time off, sick days
I don't think their time off benefits are very generous. Speaking as a non=exempt employee, sick pay and vacation pay was accrued and were from one "bucket." The accrual was about 10 hours a month, so it only added up to approximately 15 paid days off a year. That doesn't really say good work/life balance to me.
We have decent health insurance and employee services that are available to use. Paid Time Off is standard and the ability to remotely work is very useful, but that depends on the job that you are assigned
They match for your 401k Also the 9/80 schedule is great and allows for three day weekends every other week.
Great 401k plan, match 100% of 8%
Worst: Three year cliff on 401K matching. If you have less than three years and get laid off as a result of the company losing a contract, you lose all matching contributions.
Benefits are targeted to be at or below average for various large defense contractors.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.