Free healthcare after 5 years. Stock appreciation rights. Ability to keep frequent flyer, hotel and credit card points.
The raise system is completely obscured, so you know you're getting a raise but your direct supervisor knows nothing about the amount or reasoning and its unclear where to go for more information. Vacation and time off policies weren't particularly generous, you had the flexibility to come in late or leave for an appointment, but hardly could work remotely or get more paid days. Things like health insurance and 401k were pretty solid, but nothing trumped the uninspiring salary numbers.
The best thing about the benefits package is that you get great health care coverage for an affordable price
Unparalleled health insurance ($0 copay HMO plan, $0 deductible, company pays large proportion of premium, cost is covered entirely after 5-years tenure). Vacation, holiday, sick leave was low and didn't offer much room for increase over time. There is an every-5-year sabbatical program, but few people stay long enough to make use of it. 10 days vacation, 6.5 paid holidays, and 6 sick days -- only increases to 15 days vacation even if you work there forever. 401k employer matched contribution-vesting-schedule is the legally mandated minimum, so that's pretty terrible.
Great health insurance coverage. Poor time off and vacation. You do not get the option to work from home at all. You have to either take a sick time off or vacation and you don't get that many days either.
401K, health, PD what's not to like? Seriously?! Add the fact that you are passionate about healthcare and you are set for life. This is coming from a former employee. I left, but it was a personal choice to achieve life goals that Epic could not accommodate.
Care about the health and wellbeing of staff
Top-notch (inexpensive and high quality) health insurance, 50% 401k matching, and delicious food (not free, but not expensive) with huge variety. Lots of social gatherings and groups, especially as an intern. Vacation at the full-time level starts out at 2 weeks, lower than some... but you do get a month long paid sabbatical after 5 years. Lots of employee discounts for goods + services in the area.
Amazing health insurance - great coverage at exceptionally low cost.
Very good healthcare insurance. Good pay in mid-west US.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.