Questions and Answers about Kaiser Permanente

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What is the best way to get a foot in the door?

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You have to know someone

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I agree with a lot of people on here. Don't give up! Try getting in through a per-diem or on-call position. Getting hired PT or FT, after that, really depends on the need of the department.

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From my personal experience, find a job through staffing agency. Once you are in the role, talk to your manager or supervisor that you want a permanent position. Usually, when a department is hiring temporarily, means they have a permanent spot but they want right people to fill it. But be prepared, staffing agency will pay you much more than when KP will hire permanently. Things to consider: KP Benefits, Job security, and if you wanted to be in KP, no need to give it a second thought. KP adjust your salary or pay with market rate usually within a year. There is temporary job section in KP career. Bartech group, Rose IT, Artech information systems etc are some of the KP preferred agencies. Hope this was helpful.

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Volunteer services

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Want think best way walk in kaiser get lob hiring and interviews

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Expierience, honesty,loyalty ansd putting out thw beat prodact ever.

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Try and try never give up.

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Never give up.

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Hopefully with my expirience in the business for so long and the abiloylty to work tight deadlines and a A+ quality product to customers.

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Kaiser have no interest in good hard working employees.they are under staff and your hard work is never enough. They have some of the worst supervisors, Managers, coordinators who micro everything you do. poor staffing, over work doctors and poor patients care.this was never this way when I initially was a patient and a employee.this company became a money making business and make sure your backbone is strong or you won't last in this place.changes need to be made starting with management.

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