Good salary, subsidised food, 401K match
Great (affordable) Insurance, Travel Points/Hotel Reimbursement, General Reimbursement. 401k match could be better at 100% but they execute a 50% match.
Most of the benefits are great and high value and quality! Vision insurance is okay.
There are also travel benefits where they extend extra pay for each additional trip taken after a certain number of trips as an Implementation member.
At five years tenure, you pay $0 for a cadillac health insurance plan (single person).
They had great healthcare coverage.
Good health coverage for a good price
Pros: Absolutely incredible health insurance Pay (they beat my asking price) Sabbatical (For every 5 years working for them, you get a month-long sabbatical, for which they pay for a chunk of your hotel/travel costs) Work environment (the campus is absolutely stunning) Food service (Epic hires some incredible culinary staff, so the food in the cafeterias is exceptional and inexpensive. And on that note, left-over lunch is free after 6PM) Training (you don't need to know much going in, you just need to be able to learn) Mediocre: PTO (10 days vacation, 6 sick, 6 or so holidays, and this doesn't improve by much the longer you stay (although arguably sabbatical makes up for this)) Average dental 401k match is average (I've seen better, but I'm not complaining) Cons: 401k vesting (you must stay at least 5 years to keep 100% of what they matched) No working from home
You can't use vacation for 6 months, not even one day early. They changed it so you can use like one vacation day for Christmas though? The 401k match isn't great because it takes 5 years to be fully vested (and it's only half of up to 3% of your salary). They offer the government's paternity/maternity leave, but that just means that everyone who has a baby uses ALL their vacation and sick leave on the child and has none for themselves. They pay up to 5K for UW CS classes, but you have to stay for 2 full years after the class ends or you have to pay it back. VERY few holidays (only 1 day off for Thanksgiving, 1.5 days off for Christmas).
Great health insurance - it would cost me $50 to have a baby on Epic's plan.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.