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Reviews by Leidos graduate employees
- The people around me are great. Most people are easy-going and I fit well with everyone. It's a large name organisation too, a good starting point for my career. Also lots of other types of projects and work within the company, which are great opportunities themselves.
- Everyone is always willing to teach new things; especially if you are a keen learner. The opportunities to learn from the best in the business are abundant.
- Good environment, people are friendly, and a great location.
- Variety of work and exposure to the organisations, infrastructure and systems that make our country safe and run day to day. Big company so there is lots of different work and types of projects.
- Flexible working hours. Awesome colleagues. Fun, and interesting work.
- The work ebbs and flows. Sometimes the pressure to meet deadlines is very daunting and you can not always achieve it.
- Big company so it is easy to get lost or feel like you're an insignificant/unknown part. A large company also means that they can be slow to adapt to new technologies or slow to action change.
- Having no stable desk/workstation to work from due to lack of desk space in the office. Current corporate infrastructure and seating capacity has been overwhelmed since the beginning of the year, with resourcing and acquisition of new talent ramping up without the space to seat them.
- For some it is easy to move within the company, if you prove yourself valuable it is nearly impossible to move without quitting even when there is no work.
- For my particular work stream, I find it dull and not challenging/engaging. It's hard to generate passion for service delivery.