On average, employees at Kaiser Permanente give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Kaiser Permanente employees are Pharmacy Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.7 and Programmer Analysts with a rating of 4.5.
"I have been working for Kaiser Permanente for the past 7+ years, in the same claims department. This department has currently moved operations to CO. I liked this job; due to the variety within the department. Yes, the same job had to be completed every day; but there seemed to be variety & a challenge."
"It's a strong base with technical variance which can really help career."
"I'm currently working for this company."
"I worked at Kaiser Permanente till 2014, The experience was unique and educational, I would not choose to experience this again. The lack of communication and loyalty to the employees and effort to understand individuals' situation or history with their employment, leads to poor employee development."
"Awesome employer to work for."
"Tasked with implementation of printer refresh project for 237 nationwide hospitals in 3 years time. By creating a strict guidelines and procedures for the project, we insured the customer a smooth transition. Creating a dedicated team of professionals for installation, service and training. To date, we installed more then 30,000 printers, saving the customer 1.2 million dollars a year in service maintenance and printing costs."
"I worked for Kaiser for almost 7 years. I was proud to work for such a big company."
"Upper management made it difficult to complete job duties as obstacles were always put in the way. Although there are MANY good folks within the group, there were a few that could not be trusted as management looked to find things to use against you. Honesty and integrity lacked within management."
"I've worked for Kaiser Permanente for almost seven years; fantastic benefits but inability to promote if you are non-clinical staff. Some departments are better than others in working with those seeking advancement opportunities. There is a tendency to play politics and favorites versus investing in those who want to move up the ranks. If you are considered a valuable employee you should be paid what you are worth and based on performance; however, that is not the case at Kaiser for the union employees are the only ones who seem to matter. Prefer to work with an organization which promotes transparency and invests in their employees instead of being treated like a work horse."
"I have worked for Kaiser for several years. They are a wonderful company to be in. Their compensation package is one of the best I have ever seen. There is also very strong job stability. Employee firings are very rare, and layoffs are almost unheard of. They also encourage you to voice your opinions, and let them know how you feel."
"Employed with Kaiser Permanente for 5 years; opportunities for growth are limited. Many pros - good people, great benefits; and cons - slow adaption and a lack of incentive for those employees who take pride in their work. Performance based salary does not exist."
"Great people at KP IT, tools are a bit behind but overall a great place to work. Excellent working schedule and facilities."
"Great environment. Co-workers are great to work with. It takes a long time to get new instrumentation into use."
"I've worked for the company since 2007. Kaiser Permanente Hospital is a big organization which thrives in so many ways. Kaiser monitors diabetes, obesity, screening for colon cancer, breast cancer, hypertension, etc."
"Good to get such a great employer in information technology stream."
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