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Kaiser Permanente Reviews

What is it like working at Kaiser Permanente?

Fun, exciting, always new experiences... If you like people interaction this is the best job.
Marketing Specialist in Sacramento:
Pros: Everything
Cons: Pay transparency and no clear career path
KP Learning Consultant.
Consultant, Learning and Development in Portland:
Pros: I’ve met many great people in my time at KP.
Cons: The politics between and among regions/markets is literally exhausting. Some parts of the company that do very similar work have huge budgets while others have tiny budgets. Yet we’re all measured against the same standard.
It is great, I have good benefits and love patient care.
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
Pros: Patient care.
Cons: The communication process.
Executive Assistant:
Pros: Nice to work at Kaiser Permanente.
Senior Technical Support Analyst:
I love working for Kaiser because my opinion matters and they treat their employees with respect. The work life balance is important to the Company. Assisting the employees with finding a neutral balance.
Very good.
Healthcare Consultant in San Francisco:
Pros: Staff members
Cons: Commute
Ghetto, catch-all job; no duties defined.
Administrative Coordinator in Seattle:
Pros: working with doctors/leaders
Cons: lack of the following: team, transparency, communication, planning, targets, timelines, coordinated deliverables. there is no clear plan w/re to what we are working on/for.