Area Manager (Current Employee) – Kuwait – May 19, 2017
Fast-paced and challenging company with an excellent management team. Provides a great advancement opportunities and incentives. I would definitely recommend this company to anyone looking for a fair and competitive experience.
Project Manager is the boss. His/her words are rules.
Full Stack Java Application Developer (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 11, 2017
Depend on what group you are in. My group, Project manager is the boss. His words are rules. If you are not part of his circle, then it doesn't matter what you have done, you will be forced out, weather volunteer or he will give you an unfair report to get rid of. There are no HR review or company guidelines. Bottom line, nepotism rule the day.
System Administration (Current Employee) – Shaw AFB, SC – May 9, 2017
As a company Leidos is a great company to work for. However, the management could use some review by the company. I like the hours and the location. I would recommend the company to anyone looking to work for them.
Deputy Program Manager, F/A (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 7, 2017
I learned a lot working here. The Culture is antiquated with an older workforce that is slightly out of touch with the younger generation. Contracts come and go, so you must keep an eye on your career, because nobody else will.
Servicenow Administrator (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – May 2, 2017
I have seen a very good and friendly work culture here which made me to get interacted with the senior managers without any issues. This made me to learn the interaction how we have to do with the top level management.
Supervisor and Linguist for Government Agencies (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – May 1, 2017
Log-in to a work station, upload any and all information needed to be translated. Translate and transcribe all necessary information. Proofing, editing, and quality control of all completed translations and transcriptions.
Senior Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Aberdeen, MD – April 23, 2017
Leidos provides a great training portal, a good work culture and is involved in various industries. If you are in IT certifications are important. Continuous learning is important at Leidos. A typical work day can be from 8 to 10 hours depending on the workload. There can be 12 hour days particularly if you are involved with contracts. The hardest part of the job is making sure you are on the next contract. Management is typically hands off. The most enjoyable part of the job is the recognition you receive from a job well done.
AEROSPACE ENGINEER, SPACE SYSTEMS (Current Employee) – El Segundo, CA – April 23, 2017
As with most government acquisition programs, if you're on contract and performing the work, all is good. But when the contract expires, or there is a government shutdown due to politics, or you don't win the follow-on, then you have to deal with the downside of that.
Working remotely, even from home on occasion. Low stress, very manageable work load.
Not much flexibility to jump to other company positions.
Senior Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – April 19, 2017
Management is friendly and great, no micro managing. Co-worker are willing to help and\or answer questions. The only thing is the hours, being on a contract the office needs coverage from 6AM to 6PM. sometimes the 12 hour days get hard.
Scientific Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Rockville, MD – April 17, 2017
Despite countless complaints to the anonymous ethics line and HR, issues with management span 18+ months. Half of the team have left and been replaced with subcontractors. Staff is miserable. Since client is happy - the contracted staff's happiness is not a concern by anyone.