Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – November 3, 2017
no development for promotion - recruiting and HR are in charge of dept hiring and don't take into account the managers requests/requirements for what they need in their department - hard for external to get interview and internal to get any interviews for other positions as well very nepotistic atmosphere as well to go to another KP department
Travel Nurse in Postpartum (Current Employee) – Downey, CA – November 3, 2017
A typical day at work was very busy and usually short staffed. The management was ok. The educator they had was not very helpful. Workplace culture was moral was down, overworked, and tired. The hardest part of my job was understaffing. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting very nice people from housekeeping to RN's to MD's.
Short breaks, and some charge nurses were not very useful
Radiology Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – November 3, 2017
I enjoyed working for Kaiser Permanente Hospital Radiology Department from 1999 through 2008. I was an independent contractor and worked remotely. The company I worked for was Southcoast Transcription, and there were approximately 10 to 12 employees. We were paid a per line rate. Unfortunately we all got laid off when the hospital went to voice recognition software.
Service Unit Manager I (Non-RN) (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – November 3, 2017
Kaiser Permanente is a nice place to work, depending on what department one is working for. A typical day is full of busy work, and tons of learning opportunities, depending on the position. However, overall Kaiser Permanente is a nice place to work.
Patient Access Specialist (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – November 2, 2017
While I enjoyed my short time there, and would gladly accept a position there again, I was sad to see they were unwilling to work with my having a death in the family where I was required to relocate for a short time to care for another family member due to the death.
Manager (Current Employee) – California – November 2, 2017
Avoid management. Very corrupt environment where half of the staff is there because they had some connection to someone and not based on being an outstanding candidate. Few do the work for most of the others. Great benefits and great pay, but unbelievably frustrating dealing with the politics.
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – November 2, 2017
Participated in the Claims Department. Managers are more concerned about bonuses. Although I was a contractor felt that they were not very loyal to good hardworking contractor. I was not allowed to charge for overtime but, to complete assignments overtime was required.
Phlebotomist Intern (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – November 2, 2017
This was a internship and not really a job position. It was great and the people who worked there were very professional and great to work with. Thank you for your interest in the position and have a great day.
Dialysis Nurse (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 2, 2017
Competitive pay and good benefits. Everyone are employees in Kaiser so mainly treatment is the same for all employees. The hardest part of the job is at times it's hard to request for off as seniority is the priority on granting off.