On average, employees at Epic Systems give their company a 3.6 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Epic Systems employees are Software Developers submitting an average rating of 3.5 and Equipment Services Project Managers with a rating of 3.2. Browse Epic Systems Reviews by Job Title →
"I've worked for Epic Systems for the last four plus years. I've found it a nice place to work at. For a software developer, the culture is fast paced, but laid back. There is always work to do, but I don't feel as if I have to work grueling hours to get them done. The only downside to it is living in Madison, WI."
"I worked for Epic Systems for about a year as a technical services representative. It was a pretty good company. There was a large amount of work, but if you are motivated it is rewarding. I always found the coworkers very competent."
"I worked as an intern for them this past summer. Though it is a really awesome environment, it is not structured in a great way. There was no good employee review set up so I was in the dark the whole time as to whether or not I was meeting my supervisors' expectations."
"Good campus, negative work culture, good benefits, bad technologies."
"Very nice building, awesome compensation but not the best work culture, senior management."
"The technology we use is archaic at best. VB6 for front end development, Cache for the database logic."
"It's alright, but almost all of my time was spent maintaining code that almost no one had a good idea of what it was supposed to be doing. Sometimes it was bad enough that the behavior was unexpected, but it was hard to determine if this was a bug or not."
"Worked in the Phoenix office, but Epiq has offices across the country. This specific location had very poor work-life balance and unrealistic expectations for client facing escalations. The group I was in had fantastic team dynamic which was rare in this processing-centric office."
"Oldest of technologies, no intra-team interaction, no team outings, overall a very bad place to work at."
"I've worked for Epic for almost two years. Co-workers are fantastic, company culture is very appealing and you work for the world's leader in two fast growing industries, healthcare and software. Definitely recommend it."
"At Epic, you will work very long hours consistently in order to be considered a good employee. The team leads as a whole don't really care about you and are willing to have you fired over little things. To top it off, Epic will have you sign employment agreements (even after you've been working there for a while under threat of termination if you don't sign it) that seem to be sketchy at best. Your best bet would be to work for a different company that won't treat you like a hostage."
"Good place to work but heavily dependent on which team/group/manager you are working with."
"I've worked with Epic systems since 2012, they are a strong company in the HIT space and certainly try to give you the large tech company feel while still maintaining a 'smaller' town feel. Epic employs nearly 7000 individuals with the majority working in the developer role."
"Good company for new college grads."
"The main problem I have is that you are doing about the same thing after 2 years as 4, additionally since they thrive on taking kids with relatively less attractive degrees (psychology, for example), they tend to underpay."
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