Internal Medicine and Family practice RN (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – June 26, 2018
Very, very busy workplace Always guaranteed lunch breaks OT kept to a minimum Excellent nursing staff... very high expectations of RN's, and CA's Management very on top of staff and their duties Easily approachable for any questions or concerns Short staffed at times ( like any organization ) Team work was a a huge part of the structure Management cross-trained RN's which was good for staffing and reducing boredom in the workplace Good on line training for learning new products and procedures Excellent benefits and PTO
High patient satisfaction Rated #1 in the Northern VA, DC and Southern MD area
The best place I’ve ever worked with a solid mission, vision and values
Director, Quality Assurance (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 19, 2018
During my 16 years at Kaiser Permanente, I was afforded the opportunity to advance within the company five times. They promote from within, give you the opportunities necessary to learn, grow and promote within the organization.
Well run organization from the CEO down, fantastic people working for the organization and fantastic numbers
Manager (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA – July 19, 2018
Leadership expects more work from employees with less raises every year. Everything moves slowly due to the size of the company. Hard to get decisions. No budget for education and training. It's mostly who you know rather than what you know to move up.
good benefits and pay
no advancement opportunities; no leadership support.
It was great working for Kaiser the first couple of years
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA and Elk Grove, CA – July 19, 2018
That changed when the administration changed management to business administrators replacing those in management with medical background. Quotas were more inportant. The Thrive mission did not apply to employees.
Business Relationship Consultant, Sr (Current Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – July 18, 2018
I enjoyed working here.
Kaiser Permanente is a large comlex organization with several teams and services providers. It does not have a formal new hire training program and is best for experienced hires. It rarely promotes from within and has very little appeal towards millenials. Though they are working to correct that.
Lead Mobile IT Engineer and Mobile PM (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – July 17, 2018
Kaiser working culture is interesting. Staff perform their jobs and assignments typically but some need an extra push. Lack of accountability makes the dynamics a bit difficult to work with. Overall good place to work although salary is not as competitive as desired
good benefits, ability to work alone minimum supervision, ability to thrive and bring new ideas to the table
Salary, lack of accountability, promotions focused on close relationships
Member Service Representative (Former Employee) – Fulton, MD – July 17, 2018
great benefits, i had a good manager, was willing to help me improve on my calls, as this was a call center. working hours were 12:30p to 9p, only was to get a shift change was through a shift bid, has a union and that was based on seniority.
DevOps and Cloud Engineer (Former Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – July 17, 2018
Great place to work if you are a working mother! The people are super nice. A great workplace culture. The benefits aren't all that great, but there is so much flexibility for work that includes work from home option
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – July 15, 2018
Very unorganized and unprofessional, barely could depend on management, work environment was also very unprofessional. No job security at all, they fire people for random reasons, and they are very unorganized.