Kaiser Permanente Job Reviews

3.9
Overall Satisfaction
Manager Relationship
3.9
Manager Communication
3.8
Appreciation
3.6
Learning and Development
3.8
Company Outlook
4.3
Fair Pay
3.3
Pay Transparency
3.0
United States (change)

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How do employees review their experience at Kaiser Permanente?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with Kaiser Permanente as 3.9 out of 5. Kaiser Permanente earns the highest marks for Company Outlook with a score of 4.3 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Pay Transparency, giving it 3.0 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that Kaiser Permanente, with scores of 3.6 and 4.3 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

Kaiser Permanente Reviews

Q: What is it like working at Kaiser Permanente?

Endoscopy Technician in Bellevue:
"Saving lives."
Pros: Helping patients
Cons: Co workers

Senior Financial Analyst in Fontana:
"Wonderful Experience with a lot of growth opportunity."
Pros: I enjoy the ability to implement my financial skillsets to make a difference in health care with one of the industry’s top service providers.
Cons: A lot of tenured counterparts who aren’t receptive to innovative business process improvements

Data Warehouse Developer:
I worked for Kaiser Permanente of Washington for about 7 months. That was all I could take. It was my first experience in Healthcare. In my overall opinion my, being hired, was a huge misfire. There is such an extreme employee turnover there, they are just looking for bodies, instead of actually hiring a person for what they can bring to the table. I have a lot of industry knowledge in my expertise and was told, basically, I was not going to be able to use any of it. Their security protocols are so tight you cannot even fart. My question to them would be, "Why hire a senior level developer in to do a job and them choke them to death not allowing them to use the tools they need to make the company a better place?" I wish anyone working there or choosing to move to them the best of luck in their endeavors, but with extreme push back their job is going to be more and more difficult to conduct. My recommendation would be to overlook them as an employer. On top of that Kaiser medical is not that great.

Consultant, Human Resources (HR):
Great experience and employer. Kaiser Permanente is an employer of choice with great salary, benefits, and life/work balance. A little too unionized, but overall, Kaiser Permanente is great and very pro-employee.

Financial Analyst in Pasadena:
"Great work environment."
Pros: I like how they promote based on work ethics and not who you know
Cons: My department and team

Financial Analyst in Pasadena:
"Great work environment."
Pros: The pay
Cons: nothing so far

Administrative Coordinator in Seattle:
"Ghetto, catch-all job; no duties defined."
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.

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