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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)
  • "The people I work with are great and are one of my favorite parts of the job.(in 367 reviews)
  • "big and beautiful campus(in 345 reviews)
  • "great benefits and challenging(in 340 reviews)
  • "Great coworkers and very food food at the office(in 311 reviews)
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  1. 4.0
    Current Employee, more than 5 years

    Great pay but lack of remote options and relocation to Madison make it hard to stay long

    Mar 17, 2022 - Technical Services in Verona, WI
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    Pay is absurdly good and you never need to worry about raises / bonuses that reflect your efforts Mission statement is easy to get behind and it feels that the company truly cares about the success of their customers Work-life balance can be flexible. If you want to be a high performer, Epic can make that happen. If you want to pursue a strong work-life balance and only work ~42 hours per week, Epic can make that happen too.


    Strong lack of remote work options that continually drive talent out Continual wave of new hires makes constant training and re-training of new employees frustrating. Can feel like Groundhog's day when someone joins, gets trained, works for a year, then quits only to be replaced by another new hire who undergoes the same cycle Company doesn't seem to trust employees to be adults and perform the duties of their jobs unless they are on campus Upper management is generally a black box and it's rare to get any full transparency regarding company processes from them

    7 people found this review helpful
  2. 4.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    Good Pay for a New Grad

    Jan 20, 2021 - Technical Services in Madison, WI
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    - Good pay for someone with no experience (the reason that this is 4 stars instead of 3) - Get to 'make a difference' - Flexible schedule: you can set your schedule as long as you get your work done - Smart coworkers that are willing to help - Culinary is a big plus when in office


    - Training is bad. You will get thrown out to customers with very little software knowledge---sometimes before you even go through basic training (app camp) - Long hours: I was told by my TL early on that if I didn't work at least 45 hours, it means I have bandwidth and would get another customer - Low transparency from upper management on decisions - Very few holidays and bad PTO policy

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  3. 1.0
    Current Employee

    Shadow of former Greatness

    Sep 6, 2021 - Technical Services