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
Registered Nurse- ER (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – July 11, 2018
Kaiser was a great company yo work for, especially good benefits financially and working towards retirement. I have never worked for a company before that offered flexible days off for family events or mental health wellness.
Communications Operator (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – July 11, 2018
Kaiser is a good place to work and the benefits are amazing. My main problem with working at Kaiser is that it is impossible to move up within the organization when you start as a union employee. Because of that I may need to move on.
Web Engineer (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 10, 2018
Typical Day- Operations tasks, server review, internal web review What I Learned - Scoping and managing time Workplace culture - Acceptable The Hardest Part Of The Job - Expectations subjective/Change fluently The most enjoyable part of the job - Allowed to do work with no interruptions.
was train to do my job for many nurses and co workers
Care Partner/Assisting Nurses (Former Employee) – Vallejo, CA – July 10, 2018
typical day could be anything learn many task management was good learn many cultures of patients and co workers hardest was when short on co workers not coming to work most enjoyable working with nurses and learning
Proper lunch time and breaks
Sometimes no lunch when short handed when nurses need help
Environment designed to protect those that do not care and do not try
Medical Claims Processor (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – July 9, 2018
My least favorite place to work. It was very hard to watch as staff who put no effort into their jobs or cared about their work were praised and promoted simply because they were popular among management.
Operations Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – July 9, 2018
Unfortunately my position was eliminated and moved to Union City, Ca. I had high hopes to remain at Kaiser until retirement. It was a pleasure being part of the team and I truly felt appreciated all year round.
Workforce Diversity and Compliance Specialist (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – July 9, 2018
An excellent company to work for. I was very satisfied with my work as it afforded me many career advancement opportunities. I chose to take an early retirement as I was assisting with the care of my elderly mother that eventually died in August, 2015. I had no regrets. Encouraged several family members and friends to apply and get hired as it is an outstanding company to work for.
Administrative Specialist C (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 9, 2018
Benefits are great, but administrative support staff are underpaid and overworked. I felt as though there was a lack of opportunity for growth within my field which is why I left. I left right before Group Health transitioned into Kaiser.
Great compensation, but bad work culture and advancement
Network Engineer (Former Employee) – Corona, CA – July 8, 2018
Great compensation, but bad work culture and no advancement opportunity due to lobby and internal grouping. Hiring lots of candidate and letting them go within 3 months. No placement or training opportunity
bad work culture and no advancement opportunity due to lobby and internal grouping.
Intern (Former Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA 91367 – July 8, 2018
My typical job included filing everyday in Employee Health. I did not realize how important this department is until I started working in it. I felt like I was apart of the team and I looked forward to everyday I spent there. I loved Employee health even though I wanted to be on the labor and delivery floor. I am extremely grateful that I was chosen to be a summer youth intern.
Lead RN (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – July 7, 2018
Good place to work. Good benefits Opportunities to learn and get CEU's Good group of people to work with. Very, very busy unit Too little staff for the amount of work that needs to be done Love the patients and teaching staff, patients and families
Good education opportunities, good benefits, L &P partnership
Understaffed in all areas, missing needed equipment to be the most proficient