Great health insurance, competitive pay, excellent vacation
Basically you can have all the benefits you can imagine. The only part is you do not have that many of vacations as other IT company has.
Excellent health and dental insurance, travel bonuses, end of year bonuses. No paid family leave.
Health insurance is very good
* Best: Health insurance premiums after 5 years, especially for single employees * Worst: Health insurance premiums before 5 years; family premiums; 401(k) vesting schedule
Good 401k matching. Vacation days are the minimum as required by law. And you can not use them freely as you are on call for half the year due to customer commitments.
Epic provides a competitive benefits package with some serious eccentricities. Health Insurance is awesome, after 5 years they pay all of it if you are single and more than 90% of if you have a family, and there is no copay or coinsurance. All other insurance options are pretty standard. Every 5 years at Epic they will give you 4 weeks of paid international vacation (separate from your normal vacation) and a taxable bonus that goes towards flights and a per diem. There are several strings attached to how and when and where, but overall it is a great bonus. They give stock appreciation rights (private company stock that has no voting power) that take 5-8 years to be fully vested. Essentially if you stay at the company over 10 years this is going to mean a lot more to you than if you only stay 5. Vacation days area great, sick days are great. Logical and easy to follow. There are plenty of other benefits that I am not going to list because they are quite nuanced and have intricate strings attached.
Good insurance package, with choice of 3 HMOs and 1 PPO providers; has option for FSA as well.
Good pay for the area, insurance is great, 0 co-payment. On the downside, there is no stock option and the bonus is so little, effectively non-existent.
You can't find health insurance like this anymore. Vacation is basic: 2 weeks during first 2 years, 3 weeks after that. Max 8 days of rollover vacation. Month-long sabbatical every 5 years with stipend from company to help with travel costs. Earn 6 sick days per year. 401k is pretty standard. Lots of other perks because this is a private company. Health insurance costs covered by Epic for individuals after 5 years tenure.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.