Cafeteria is great although not free. Health insurance is also great given the company's domain. 401k is vested but only reaches 100% after 5 years. All types of leaves are minimal and vacation does not go beyond 3 weeks/year. Stock options are only given to tenured employees. Professional development is minimal in the form of 50$/year for books/seminars.
Very good benefits overall, but the lack of paid parental leave is very surprising for a healthcare tech company - you have to declare it as "short term disability." Seriously! Vacation starts at 2 weeks for the first couple years, then is capped at 3 weeks regardless of tenure. This should be improved given the amount of hours some roles work.
Great health insurance benefits Sabbatical and Iliad trips Some flexibility with remote work when traveling Ability to add on travel
Crazy good healthcare insurance. I don't remember having a bill from a doctor
Medical insurance - Epic has a very good health insurance policy
Health Care Plan, onsite cafe, parking, FSA flex, FSA dependent
Worst thing is the lack of Parental leave. You either have to take all sick days you've spent years acquiring, or you have to go unpaid. It's actually insane given the otherwise phenomenal compensation at this company.
- Good insurance - Little Holidays - Travel demanding - Amazing vacation benefit but only if you make it to 5 years - No maternity/paternity leave
Best - Healthcare benefits. I have never and likely will never have better benefits. I honestly forgot what a copay was while I worked there.
Amazing health insurance - free after 5 years! Great 401k plan, other miscellaneous and random benefits at a number of local companies around town.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.