Kaiser Permanente

Working at Kaiser Permanente: Company Overview and Reviews

Kaiser Permanente
Kaiser Permanente
4.1
10573 reviews
Kaiser Permanente Ratings
4.1
Average rating of 10573 reviews on Indeed
4.0Work-Life Balance
4.3Pay & Benefits
3.8Job Security & Advancement
3.6Management
3.9Culture
Headquarter
Oakland California, United States
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$500M to $1B (USD)
Industry
Health Care

Popular jobs at Kaiser Permanente

 Average SalarySalary Range
Registered Nurse
16 Salaries reported
$47.65
per hour
$9.65-$200.00
Customer Service Representative
40 Salaries reported
$18.58
per hour
$7.25-$36.90
Medical Assistant
38 Salaries reported
$24.44
per hour
$10.50-$42.30
Dental Assistant
14 Salaries reported
$21.64
per hour
$10.80-$32.50
Cashier/Receptionist
72 Salaries reported
$17.55
per hour
$7.25-$32.85
Salary Satisfaction
86%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 5521 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Kaiser Permanente

4.0
Training Coordinator | Pasadena, CA | Nov 17, 2019
Stimulating and Challenging
Collaborative environment; Challenging work assignments; Good work-life balance; Great benefits; A great company to develop your skills and work long-term, if desired.
3.0
Administration Executive | Oakland, CA | Mar 23, 2020
Management
The workplace culture is good for the most part but management implants false hope in their employees. It is interesting how AAs and EAs are sometimes treated so poorly when they are really the foundation of the company (i.e. scheduling ALL meetings, travel and calendaring). It's discouraging and frankly, it makes people feel unappreciated. I am sure this happens in other companies but this is something I experienced during my time in my department.
4.0
IT Project Manager | Pasadena, CA | Jan 11, 2020
Poor Management knowledge
I have done few projects and saved good money for Kaiser Not team player The management looks after their own folks not the others Hope get better
4.0
Road Manager | United States | Dec 2, 2019
Innovative and Fun Workplace
Working with the Educational Theatre Programs for nearly 18 years was challenging but rewarding and an excellent place to learn professional skills. I was given opportunities that would help me discover my strengths and passion. I would have retired there if not for the large number of layoffs.
3.0
Tableau Developer | Oakland, CA | Oct 2, 2019
It is a good experience
It is a good experience, good to have heath care exposure. Work culture is really cool. But Job description and work mode not in sync. They ask a lot in screening time but you will not get that much opportunity to perform with all asking skills.
4.0
Medical Social Worker | Kailua-Kona, HI | Mar 20, 2020
Strong feelings of support and sense of community.
Work responsibilities were intense due having to service two facilities that were 80 miles apart. Overall the cooperation with other staff was wonderful and there was a sense of belonging in both clinics.
4.0
Clinical Nurse Specialist | San Rafael, CA | Mar 5, 2020
Kaiser is Kaiser
Great staff for the most part. Constantly changing leadership, with frequent dramatic changes. Some challenges due to union environment. But I would go back....
5.0
Student Coordinator | San Jose, CA | Jan 8, 2020
Great benefits
Kaiser offers great benefits package to staff the hospital staff and management are great have enough equipment to work and support the staff permanently
4.0
Account Resolution Specialist | Aurora, CO | Dec 11, 2019
Excellent employer in the health field
Kaiser Permanente is an excellent employer with great benefits. They offer a wide variety of union and non-represented positions, and provide plenty of room for advancement.
5.0
Technical Writer | Oakland, CA | Dec 29, 2019
Work that makes a difference. Colleagues and managers that help you achieve.
Kaiser Permanente is one of those companies where people come to work energized to do the work because KP makes a difference in health care and in the communities in which it serves. They hire people who are good to work with AND know how to do a job. They are very big on training you throughout the life of your job(s). A great number of people who work there do so until they retire. Yes, it is just that good of a place to work. Did I mention the benefits? After five years, you have six weeks paid time off. Nobody else offers that. And if you retire after at least 15+ years of work, you get free health care benefits when you turn 65, plus generous retirement money. Working for KP is a no brainer.

Questions And Answers about Kaiser Permanente

Why did you leave your job at Kaiser Permanente?
Asked Mar 17, 2017
Nepotism or know someone on the inside.
Answered Mar 14, 2020
All I can say is stress stress stress
Answered Dec 7, 2019
What is the best way to get a foot in the door?
Asked Aug 20, 2016
I applied for EVS Environmental Services day it posted for San Francisco, received a call next day for a phone interview, Then 3 weeks later in person interview. The very next day I was given a offer. Now on day 3 to hear back regarding my background clearance. My advice if you want it bad enough, gotta apply, apply and apply. Most important try to be the first to apply. Try to apply within 30 minutes or less to see your name is called. Member kaiser only pulls so many applications I believe the first 50 and break it down from there. Hope this helps!
Answered Dec 12, 2019
Any job more pay with benefit
Answered Jul 25, 2019
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Kaiser Permanente a better place to work?
Asked Aug 30, 2017
Have management treat the employees with respect, don't use fear and intimidation as motivators. Allow employees to use sick benefits without discipline. Respect tenure.
Answered Mar 19, 2020
Reduce layers of unnecessary management. Hold leaders accountable for providing leadership. Reduce unnecessary layers of bureaucracy. Implement improved technologies that aren't mind boggingly complex. Work on the KISS principle.
Answered Mar 11, 2020
What advice would you give the CEO of Kaiser Permanente about how to improve it?
Asked May 16, 2017
Replace All Management and Staff. They behave like a street gang you would see on TV.
Answered Aug 16, 2019
My advice to Kaiser permanete CEO is to open his eyes as well management to what really matters the most to keep an successful, positive, healthy establishment. This company looks more into numbers instead of what’s really keeping this company up float our employees and patients. As an formal employee I have always talk highly of this company til issues occur with new unprofessinal management that I feel only got their cause his friends with higher management. Now reaching out to the CEO & other higher authorizes about issue never received not one email back. Clearly shows this company is not in good favor towards their employees.
Answered Aug 8, 2019
I had an interview 3 weeks ago and no call back. How long do they take to call back? Do they even make courtesy call if you didn't get the job?
Asked Jan 11, 2017
I have apply for kaiser they call me to remind me a phone interview phone call , I never received any phone call from kaiser I was waiting for that phone call. two days later I have received a email from kaiser they was calling me the call was a provide number. I never received any provide number from kaiser
Answered Sep 16, 2019
Yes I am ready to go
Answered Sep 19, 2018