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Updated Sep 22, 2022

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  • "The pay is good for the typical age of the Epic employee (more on that in a bit)(in 422 reviews)
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  1. 4.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    A unique place to work!

    Jan 27, 2014 - Project Manager in Madison, WI
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    It's a really challenging environment; you can be pushed to your limits and you learn a lot. The people you work with are brilliant and driven, and you meet some of your best friends working here. The benefits are very good - health insurance is obviously a huge win here. The pay is very competitive, and they offer many other (and great) benefit options. The culture is really unique and collaborative. Everyone just wants to do what's best for the customers and people pull together like I've never seen to make things happen. It's cool. If you like doing something new all the time, this is a great place to work! Obviously, the campus, the creative architecture and art make it a very interesting place to work. It's fun - it's not something you get at very many companies.


    It's a really challenging environment! If you aren't prepared to push yourself, you'll get burned out. They've started removing monetary bonus incentives for things like employee referrals and extra certifications. In personal experience, they aren't always as flexible in finding the best fit for you. It may be easier to just replace your current position if they don't have a need for what you'd like.

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  2. 3.0
    Current Employee

    Great Pay & Benefits at a Price

    Jun 22, 2021 - Project Manager in Madison, WI
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    Your paycheck and benefits are ridiculously good at Epic. After 5 years health insurance is free for individual plans, and it covers seemingly everything. Work is fairly autonomous so long as you're meeting expectations. Food at the office is very good and cheap. The Sabbatical program is also very unique and a great benefit assuming you can last 5 years at Epic.


    The job is very stressful and your average hours per week will be in the 45-55 range as a PM. Those days are packed full with meetings with almost no downtime. Regular vacation time caps at 3 weeks even if you've worked for them for 15 years. They are really strict and stingy with work-from-home, which makes it even more difficult to be home for repair people/deliveries/etc. when you're not traveling to a customer site. Epic Management does not respond well to criticism or questioning. There have been several instances of staff voicing a concern with upper management's plans/policies and they've been prevented from advancing in the company structure.

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