Teleservice Representative (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – May 27, 2016
I worked for this company for over 10 years in the Sacramento Call Center. When I got sick I was let go. The work culture in the Call Center was abysmal and the management was unsympathetic to life needs. I started there to "get my foot in the door" and found that it was impossible to transfer out of the call center once I was there. There was no room for advancement. The job is highly stressful and the management made that stress worse. I loved being a Kaiser Employee but would never work in the call center again. I would love a chance to work in a different department however because the benefits and pay were excellent
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 27, 2016
When dealing with clients or customers, providing the best service is key. When I used to work as a receptionist at Kaiser Permanente, I had to check in, attend to and/or help an average of 80-200 clients. I worked in a fast-paced, busy environment, but I loved doing it because it has always been my nature to help or assist people. I was also privileged to work with professional and good-natured co-workers. Working with them made my job easier. Sometimes there are challenging clients, but thankfully, I was able to handle them patiently and calmly.
Health Plan Representative (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – May 26, 2016
A typical work day for involves meeting with members and discussing there benefits and plans. There are times when we have members who may have concerns that they need addressed, so I may process a grievance or complaint on their behalf.
I really enjoy working in the medical office building as it gives me and opportunity to develop relationships with the doctors and other staff members. I particularly enjoy working with my co-workers because we have a cohesive team where we are able to rely on each other get our jobs done.
Administrative Services Coordinator III (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – May 25, 2016
I worked as file clerk and made my way up within nine years. I am a very dedicated employee, with strong work ethic and morals. I helped supervise over 50 employees, working with customer service, medical records, and management. I learned that with hard work and dedication, giving 100% of your efforts, I was able to exceed my own expectations and able to better enable my company.
Echo Tech (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – May 25, 2016
not a lot of team players and people striving for the best care of the patient.Did not clean beds after patients use. Understaffed and expected to do a workload of double the amount of employees they have
Jr. Front End/UI Developer (Former Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – May 24, 2016
-typical day 4-5 hours of HTML, CSS and Javacript coding along with feature tweaks and additional components -i learned the professionalism involved in a software company being fast paced and accurate -very healthy relation with managers and co workers except for a few but i dont really care because its almost impossible for everyone to be the same kind. -hardest part would be fixing something that broke or write code for new stories. -most enjoyable was to interact with the modern front end tools like nodejs and its front end aspects along with test runners and package managers.
Excellent safe place to work and care for the members.
LVN (Current Employee) – Tracy, CA – May 23, 2016
I am proud to work for this company. A typical day at my company is fast pace, stressful, team work is what makes it possible to complete with all the assignments and task, from gathering patient data, to do wound care or injections and much more from doctor's orders and under the policies and procedures of the company. I enjoy patient familiarity and it is rewarding to see when they leave satisfied of the care. The hardest part of the job is when patient walk in without appoitment and they need to be seen the same day.
great benefits, great pay, respecful and friendly work enviorment.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – May 23, 2016
A typical day working at oe of the Kaiser Permanente medical offices began at 8:30 in the morning. I worked as a receptionist t tye front desk. On a average day I would check in over 150 patients. I answered the phones and helped customers with any questions they might have. I enjoyed working for Kaiser very much.