Overall Epic is a great starting point for any individual looking to get their foot in the door of corporate America. You get a glimpse into office life. It sells you the same pitch any other corporate job does. The team is quite helpful given you are open to warming, if you are arrogant and sure of yourself don't expect too much. The management can vary from day to day based on how numbers are looking. It's a rapidly growing company, they seem to acquire more quickly than they can actually adapt. The issues trickle down to those who work the billing primarily. They state team work all day and for the most part that is true, amongst your primary team, but in all honestly, it can be a very immature environment and work conditions simmer more often than not. Those who work at the branch level can be cooperative, but more often then not they will blame any and all issues on the corporate team instead taking responsibility. It's degree level high school. What you'd expect from viewing any TV sitcom. Work and keep your head down, find a few you can trust, become proficient at a few things and you should do fine. It's great place to start for all, but only a place to remain for some. I have other aspirations and the constant back and forth with branch operations disappointed me. The upside is, all the negative I experienced kept me motivated to remain focused on what I truly desire.
Great starting point to get a taste of the adult working world.
Burn out very quickly. Not that interesting, and management can be quite fickle and controlling at times.