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Ratings for Kaiser Permanente

  • Appreciation
    3.5
  • Company Outlook
    4.2
  • Fair Pay
    3.3
  • Learning and Development
    3.7
  • Manager Communication
    3.7
  • Manager Relationship
    3.9
  • Pay Transparency
    3.3
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Kaiser Permanente Reviews

What is it like working at Kaiser Permanente?

Administrative Specialist in Tacoma:
Kaiser pays well nd has excellent benefits, health benes for family are affordable. Culture is corporate, Individual clinics have a family feel with colleagues and patients. Overall, Kaiser is an excellent employer. HR dept can use some revamping, though.
It is like assisting another or the family in their last day by promoting comfort.
Hospice Registered Nurse (RN) in Gilbert:
Pros: Autonomy
Cons: I retired in 2012 and relocated outside the service area.
Love Working for Kaiser.
Registered Nurse (RN):
Pros: Many opportunities to work in other areas of nursing, great pay, great union and very good to employees.
Cons: Many many rules and lots hierarchy and union driven which is a good and bad thing.
Lots of Perks but not a lot very Meritocratic.
Data Consultant:
Pros: Freedom to conduct my work without micromanagement. Excellent benefits. Variety of projects.
Cons: Very unequal distribution of "goodies". Upper management takes care of their own. Almost ZERO mentoring programs. Very incestuous. Too many women in organization: gossiping, backbiting, pettiness.... Etc. Very difficult to get promotions.
Most employees embrace the culture to thrive.
Proposal Manager in Kent:
Pros: I have never felt more balanced between work and life
Cons: Politics of long term employees