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Score based on 1,456 ratings from 98 participants

3.1

 
Personal Development

Personal Development

3.1
Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

4.1
Family Support

Family Support

2.4
Female Representation in Leadership
4.2
Management Opportunities for Women
4.2
Salary Satisfaction
4.1
Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
4.0
The People You Work With
4.0
Learning Opportunities
3.4
Overall Satisfaction
3.2
Paid Time Off
3.0
Employer Responsiveness
3.0
Social Activities and Environment
2.8
Flexible Work Hours
2.8
Wellness Initiatives
2.7
Family Growth Support
2.5
Sponsorship or Mentorship Program
2.5
Maternity and Adoptive Leave
2.0
Ability to Telecommute
1.7

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Generally good, mostly passive sexism/racism. Leadership 98% male and oblivious to their sexism and other bias. As a cis white woman I have it pretty good.

Indifferent Rater
Mid-Level

Epic does not offer maternity leave, and there seems to be many more men than women in leadership roles (although our CEO is an incredible woman). I wouldn’t say Epic is a bad place to work, but it’s not as forward thinking on female equality as you’d expect with a female CEO.

Indifferent Rater
Mid-Level

This is a place where women can be promoted and advance but they make it difficult with hours and poor maternity leave. Despicable for such a wealthy company run by a woman.

Very Unsatisfied Rater
Early Career

There's a lot of women at the top, but the company does not prioritize balancing career and home life.

Unsatisfied Rater
Early Career

Their "maternity leave" is short term disability insurance where pregnancy is a pre-existing condition. That is, if you find out you're pregnant, you can't enroll.
The CEO also has the nerve to call it Paid Family Leave. It's not.

Unsatisfied Rater
Early Career
 

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