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
Service Unit Non RN Manager II (Current Employee) – Redwood City, CA – October 12, 2018
The work is important and Kaiser Permanente strives to provide quality healthcare. However, it is a challenge managing a work life balance and still keep up with all the work assigned. This is a common challenge in many positions in the company.
CMA (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – October 10, 2018
Kaiser (Northwest) Bellevue, WA When I was hired I was trained Kaiser vision way but existing GHC employees are unwilling to conform to Kaiser's vision. Seniority and the Union enable long-term employees to be lazy. The management tries so hard to make positive changes but the employees refuse to comply. This place is filled with drama and lots of employee conflicts. It was like being in high school all over again. When I worked there 6 MA's quit all at once due to the constant conflicts. You get amazing benifits and compensation. You cannot use the benefits they offer because you WILL NOT get time off you request until you have been there for a few years. Kaiser is NOT flexible at all and doesn't have the staff to releive those that need days off. I was told on my first day that I won't get a day off so don't even ask. They only way you can get a day off is to call in sick which will be unexcused.
Pay and Benifits
Breaks-lunch only, constant employee conflicts, long-term employees are lazy, the Union enables long-term employees to work less and demand more.
Senior Quality Specialist (Current Employee) – Central Valley, CA – October 8, 2018
The higher you go the more you are in competition and if the management changes to someone who doesn't like you, they pretty much will set you up to fail if you don' thave enough pull in the department.