On average, employees at Epic Systems give their company a 3.6 rating out of 5.0 - which is 8% 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.
"The company rewards you for what you put in, allowing those whom work hard to move quickly and soar. The learning curve is steep and does not slow down, adding fresh challenges everyday. The culture is strong, and helpful - However, the higher management has no regard for work balancing, planning, or changing."
"Epic has treated me well, I'm ready for somewhere that I have a path for growth!"
"I worked at Epic for over four years in the technical services division. Most of the day to day work was rewarding as we helped clients optimize their software configurations, implement new features, and direct the learning of system maintenance. The positives during employment were the compensation which is great for an entry level position in Wisconsin and the health benefits which cover a wide array of treatments. The negatives are items which make EPIC undesirable for long term employment include the toxic company culture which rewards loyalty and overwork. One of the company tenants states that one can dissent but once decided you should support the company but what isn’t stated is the massive amount of initiatives that will be decided by upper management and never receive dissent even by managers of 100-500 person teams. This culture and the requirement that all employees live and work in person in Verona, WI will likely scare away employees over the coming years. Because as long as Judy is still the CEO there will be no remote work or satellite offices and that is her hill!"
"Great company in terms of ability to learn and develop new skills in a structured environment. If you work hard and look for opportunities, you will grow a lot. However, management has a ‘you’re with us or you’re against us’ view of all aspects of life and career beyond the company and have grown more erratic with policy. Don’t expect the company to care about you any more than how much you help their mission."
"There is a an Epic glitch. I believe its name is Judy Faulkner. She is a big mean witch behind her little curtains and mirrors. She toxifies anybody who wishes to ride her coattails. Ms. Faulkner has made her own little Hellish world where everybody is a slave in her dollhouse. Quality of product and competence? LOL...They are about fleecing non-profit hospitals and employees. Pure greed."
"Epic Systems was a great company to start off at right after graduating from college. They have a lot of resources and training in place to make sure you are prepared to start working in your role. It should be noted, though, that depending on your role, you should be careful about being overwhelmed by your workload."
"I've worked with Epic Systems for a year. Epic Systems is a medical software service, like Cerna and Meditech. Epic Systems employs over 9,000 employees and covers the health records of over 70% of the US. I have grown greatly through this experience. I have gained experience working both back and front-end development and programming in multiple languages at once together in highly integrated development. I also developed skills in how to balance multiple projects, deadlines, and responsibilities. I developed skills for dealing with problems, like when I need assistant on understanding the purpose of what my assignment is, dealing with roadblocks, and escalating deadline issues."
"I have worked with Epic since 2019. Overall, the work is very rewarding and keeps you on your toes. You will be expected to not only help your customers, but to be proactive and provide advice for their next steps. You will also be expected to put in some time towards growing Epic as a company. Whether that be being involved in coding opportunities or new initiaties, the choice is yours."
"Epic is an organization that puts an emphasis on the patient. They strive to develop software that will allow patients to receive the best care. While they put a lot of emphasis on doing good, there is not a lot of care for their employees. However, the work is worthwhile if it is something you are interested in."
"I worked at Epic for about a year. It has good food and a beautiful campus. Employees are expected to work pretty hard, and travel is expected even for developers through immersion trips. I'd say if you go into Epic, aggressively push yourself right at the beginning and don't be afraid of the fact that you are dealing with a huge system that you understand very little of. Your experience unfortunately will be incredibly team dependent (my team was actually incredibly good so I got lucky), but speaking with other engineers some teams are legit an absolute nightmare. If you are stuck on one of these "nightmare" teams its likely going to be difficult to transfer out as those teams are desperate for bodies. I'd say your best bet if you are put on a difficult team is to desperately attempt to transfer as early as possible, as the difficulty doesn't come from difficult and interesting design decisions but the fact that the code was hacked together quickly to fill some need and is hard to debug/parse through - and things are legit always on fire and customers are incredibly angry."
"Generally good place to work at. Culture can be fairly casual, although the nature of the customers they support can mean long hours."
"I worked for one year starting in 2019. They have very intense and somewhat nebulous expectations, and although you have a lot of support, not all resources are clearly available. However, they invest a lot in helping you succeed and provide a wonderful campus and lots of training support."
"I've worked for Epic for the past year. I've found that the best part of working at Epic is the respect you receive from leadership. You're given assignments and guidance, but are allowed to work in your own way, in your own style."
"Fast-paced tech company in a leading industry. Epic is a great company to grow careers and work in a challenging but passionate environment where your work saves lives (literally). The company offers a great level of independence and the ball is really in your hands to drive your career."
"Not able to move up in the company. Lack of growth. Inconsistent work."
Epic Systems has an overall rating of 3.6 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 72 Epic Systems Review Ratings left anonymously by Epic Systems employees, which is 8% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 94% of employees would recommend working at Epic Systems.
Epic Systems employees earn $70,500 annually on average, or $34 per hour, which is 7% higher than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 39 Epic Systems employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Epic Systems Salaries by Job Title.
94% of employees would recommend working at Epic Systems with the overall rating of 3.6 out of 5. Employees also rated Epic Systems 3.5 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.8 for Rewards You Receive, 2.9 for Growth Opportunities and 3.3 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Epic Systems is a Vice President at $251,000 annually. Browse Epic Systems Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Epic Systems is a Technician at $16,000 annually. Browse Epic Systems Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Epic Systems to be Company Culture, People You Work With, Person You Work For and Rewards You Receive, and cons to be Growth Opportunities.
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