Senior Security (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – December 12, 2018
Nice place to work. Most of the work is contractor type, so security is always a concern. Good pay and benefits. The people are friendly and willing to help. Training is provided for company policies, etc.
Buyer (Former Employee) – Oak Ridge, TN – December 3, 2018
Leidos is a great place to work. They are very extensive with there training and make sure you are prepared for the position you are in. I enjoyed my time at Leidos and would go back if the opportunity presented itself.
Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee) – Walled Lake, MI – November 30, 2018
Great management team and co workers. The work environment was awesome and people were very helpful. There was always room for training and job improvement. Leidos offed many different way to improve your position with in the company. Leidos truly knew how to take care of their employees and offer them many different avenues for advancing your career.,
Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – November 24, 2018
They will not go out of their way to accommodate your situation despite the size of the company. You make one mistake and they will throw you under the bus. No support system, there are many layers of management and leadership you might as well give up and don't ask for anything no matter how bad you need something.
Key contributor ensuring task related completion (Former Employee) – Lorton, VA – November 19, 2018
The job was not what I thought. The people were nice but the management was not compatible. It was not the best working environment, to say the least. I am sure there is more to the company but my experience was not the best.
Hired multiple workers than laid them off a year later. No good training environment for new employees
OVMS Systems Administrator/Deployment Engineer (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 13, 2018
Staffed up approximately 20 people and then laid them all off with two weeks notice.
Tons of documentation available but typically it only somewhat relates to job at hand. Veterans preached to follow the checklist, but when checklist was wrong they would often comment that the person should have know better. Difficult environment to learn in.
Leidos is an interesting company with many government contracts. Sometimes there is inconsistency in what the client wants, but the employees do their best in meeting the client's needs. My position was freelance, so I was able to set my own hours as long as I accounted for my time.
Nice people. They were very courteous and helpful and knew what they were doing.
Long commute. I worked in Frederick, and it took about an hour to get there.
Cyber Security Training Logistics Analyst (Current Employee) – Chambersburg, PA – November 6, 2018
Leidos is a great company to be a contractor for. Great hours, telework opportunities and no micromanagmenet. They do give you an opportunity to take classes if you want to learn something related to your job position. The culture is very laid back.
Operation Project Control Manager (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – November 5, 2018
Started out as SAIC and became Leidos after a split. Great locations (Reston and Chantilly, VA). Flexible work hours, Opportunities for training, several opportunities per year for networking and getting know your co-workers.
Senior Software Engineer, mission planning systems (Current Employee) – Eglin AFB, FL – October 27, 2018
Work level and expectations are high. It is a very challenging atmosphere. Enjoying my time on current programs, but company is hindered by government lordship--not able to always deliver results within our capability.