Unprofessional place to work depending on what group you work in
Intermediate Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA – November 18, 2018
KP is easy to work for the work is easy. Accounting is not normal accounting it's more like business cases trying to find money. The people that work there are unprofessional, they are very two faced, and just overall unhappy. Women are definitely treated less than compared to men, HR can not be counted on. If you are lucky to have a great manager you will manage. It's hard to move around unless you know ppl.
EXECUTIVE CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – November 6, 2018
Kaiser Permanente was a good organization to work at. I enjoyed and respected my former colleagues and managers. The works were challenging and interesting. My managers were supportive of my career path and provided the necessary coaching and resources needed to help me grow with the company.
Overall, I was happy working at Kaiser Permanente.
Administrative Specialist IV (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – November 5, 2018
At Kaiser I worked in a positioned that I felt very confident and comfortable doing! My skills in various Office Administration increased because I was trained in various job duties! The hours were great and the commute was easy.
Storekeeper II (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – November 2, 2018
Good pay and benefits. But that's why most people work there. If the pay and benefits were not good nobody would want to work there. To many old school employees still thinking its 1985 or 1995 and are fighting for their jobs everyday. Employees spend most of there days hiding and doing little as possible till some with authority tells them to go do something. Employees believe they can hide behind the union till the union says they are screwed and did it to themselves. The union has only gotten worse over the years. The union cares about collecting dues from as many people as possible. No real reps from main office to support union employees. Then the never ending race war is also another fun part of Kaisers culture. Change is a bad word at Kaiser, everyone hates change but then complain when current practice isn't working. No advancement. want to change. Old employees tell you to stand up and fight and argue with your manager because they are not in charge the union is "OK".
Pay, benefits, retirment "I did", some really good Surgens, Doctors, and Nurses
50% of the people that work there don't care about health care or Kaiser
Project Manager / Sr. BSA (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – November 1, 2018
Kaiser is an amazing company, full of very smart people. If I get the opportunity to work for them in the future, iI would do it again. They care about you, take the time to help you to grow and have great benefits!
It was fun working with the people, and I w as able to attend the university while working
Associate Social Worker Intern (Former Employee) – Oakland CA – October 29, 2018
Running groups, sessions with individuals, and families, and staffing clients at daily meeetings The departmenr staff was very diverse. The most enjoable aspect of the postion was helping clients and the hardest was not always having access to the type of resourses that clients actually needed.
CLERK IV (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA – October 29, 2018
Kaiser Is Great When It Comes To Competitive Pay In The Bay Area. However When It Comes To Management Its Relative To The Individual. I Personally Have A Well Balanced Relationship With Both Of My Direct Supervisors. However Because Of The Environment I Work In There Are Several Managers Over One Department, I Have Had Several Unpleasant Experiences.I Do Appreciate The Flexibility Within The Department.
Project Manager II (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA – October 17, 2018
Aside form some poor managers here and there, Kaiser is a fantastic place to work. They offer great benefits. They do need to come up a bit more and be more competitive with salary. There are many opportunities for advancement
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – October 16, 2018
Kaiser taught me how to be an or nurse. I loved this company and it’s atmosphere. I consider myself a kaiser nurse first. Legacy second. I miss the system and am working to return to it as soon as possible.
work above my duty to help serve out patient better
Sterile Processing Technician III (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – October 13, 2018
I served Kaiser for over 35 years plus because I enjoyed my job and learning and developing my skills I advance in my skills my getting certify as a Sterile Processing technician and advance to Lead Technician, over 20 years of service. 2 - years of supervisor in the Surgery Department do scheduling and staffing the department.
This company is a excellent place to work meeting multiple client from all walk of life.
Senior Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – 3701 Broadway, Oakland CA 94611 – October 7, 2018
For me I focused on one this that I am hired eight hours per day and I give it my all to do what I have to do to the best of my ability. My lunch time is the time I used for fun. I have learned so much and to make sure that I know the patients hippa rights.
Data Entry Operator (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – October 7, 2018
In that time that I worked with Kaiser they went through lots of changes at the mgmt. level, it went from being a fast paced job to being a fast paced high pressured job, which made it stressful and unbearable.