The Employee Ethics survey launches today companywide. Administered by a third party, ECI, all survey responses are 100% confidential. The survey gives employees across the company an opportunity to have your voices heard and to gauge the ethical climate and culture of HII.
Participate in HII's virtual benefits fair to learn about your benefit plan options, listen to presentations and chat with benefits representatives — all from the comfort of home. The benefits fair will open with special live presentations on April 12 and 13, but you can access the fair and visit the virtual booths, watch videos and more anytime from until May 14. Register to get started: https://hii.vfairs.com/.
Applications for the 2021-2022 school year are now open. Completed applications must be submitted by 4 p.m. EDT, April 16, 2021.
Benefits Annual Enrollment is April 19-30. To help employees learn about their benefits options, Ingalls Shipbuilding’s Benefits Team is hosting a new virtual benefits fair, available April 12 – May 14.
Test engineer John Gleva, left, starts the main engines aboard Fort Lauderdale (LPD 28), along with Juan Santiago, center, test electrician, and Frederick Holloway, laborer.
Please join us as we welcome the newest members of the Operations Leadership team.
As Ingalls Shipbuilding employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine, they want to encourage their fellow shipbuilders to consider doing the same. Dorothy Shaw, director, Compliance, Ethics, EEO/DE&I, was hesitant to get the COVID vaccine until her brother, a medical practitioner, told her, that a metal rod in her arm is temporary, but death is everlasting. For more information on how Ingalls employees, their dependents (18+), contractors and U.S. Navy and Coast Guard customers can register to receive the vaccine, on Thursday, April 15, visit: https://ingalls.huntingtoningalls.com/coronavirus/vaccine/
Shipbuilders can now order from the Chick-Fil-A in CSA III on the go. This is a convenient way to pre-order and skip the line. Check the IngallsConnect App “Dining” tab for more information on Chick-Fil-A Express.
Why pay retail when you don't need to? Getting the hookup is simply about being smart about what, why and where you buy - with a side of negotiation.
As Ingalls Shipbuilding employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine, they want to encourage their fellow shipbuilders to consider doing the same. Communications manager Lance Davis said he was inspired to get the vaccine after his elderly mother drove herself to a vaccine site to receive both doses. He said getting the vaccine fits into Ingalls and HII’s top priority: Safety. For more information on how Ingalls employees, their dependents (18+), contractors and U.S. Navy and Coast Guard customers can register to receive the vaccine, on Thursday, April 15, visit: https://ingalls.huntingtoningalls.com/coronavirus/vaccine/
The Employee Ethics survey launches next week on April 12. The survey is administered by a third party, Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI). All responses are 100% confidential and overall results will be provided to you later this year.
Win a $100 Visa gift card from SmartPath! Take SmartPath’s 7 Tank quiz by May 31 to be entered in to win a Visa gift card. The quiz will help you discover where you are financially and outline the next steps to take towards your financial goals. Winners will be notified the first week of June.
You may now order on-the-go from the Chick-fil-A in CSA III. Chick-fil-A Express is a convenient way to pre-order and skip the line. Check the IngallsConnect App “Dining” tab for more info.
CAPTION: The nearly 280-ton grand block 2340 pushed the tenth National Security Cutter Calhoun (WMSL 759) above the 25% unit erection mark. Learn more about the importance of the NSC program in the first quarter edition of The Anchor.
CAPTION: Test mechanic Adrian Williams prepares the LPD 28 JP5 pump room.
Effective April 1, COVID-19 testing will be consolidated to the old HRA building on the west side of Jerry St. Pe' Highway.
The No-Drive Time for Thursday, April 1, will be 11-11:15 a.m. due to the partial craft workday for Easter holidays. As always, use the designated crosswalks and pay close attention to your surroundings.
Today, March 31, marks Huntington Ingalls Industries’ 10-year anniversary. Thank you for all you’ve done to make HII’s first 10 years a success.
The Know Your Numbers Program deadline is this week, March 31. Non-represented Ingalls Shipbuilding and HII corporate employees enrolled in an HII Anthem medical plan MUST complete the program by March 31, 2021 or will lose $600 annually on their medical premiums starting July 1, 2021.
Join executive leaders from Technical Solutions Division (TSD), Ingalls Shipbuilding, Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) and Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) corporate as they share their personal experiences.
Facility improvements like the new crane 3303-043 have made huge lifts like the 237-ton grand block A371 safer and faster for Bougainville (LHA 8).
The crew of the Ingalls-built USCGC Stone (WMSL 758) prepares to bring the ship to life during a commissioning ceremony at Coast Guard Base Charleston, S.C., Mar. 19, 2021. Find the U.S. Coast Guard press release at https://www.news.uscg.mil/. * Image disclaimer: The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.