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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Kaiser Permanente full-time for more than 3 yearsPros
+Great health benefits
+Stable company that has long history
+Well known and large in size
+Ahead of its competitors
+Able to leverage technology
+Able to adapt to changesCons
-Even when you're more competent, highly skilled and has great potentials, hiring managers will go with "experience and previous title on paper". Sadly, in KP it is not what you know, but who you know.
-KP can't assess talent and won't grow its new work force (less than 5 years of services at KP). They sometimes hire from the outside for people with the "right" experience.
-Lack of training programs and opportunities for new work force (less than 5 years of services at KP)
-Horrible recruitment services. If you apply from the outside, you know how much of a black hole it is to apply on kp.org. It is not that much if you're a current employee applying to internal positions. Most KP recruiters are not helpful or friendly.
-Pay raises are very little and are capped out at a certain percentage each year.
-Each department is slow to make changes due to its large size and bureaucratic nature
-Lazy, and incompetent employees still allow to work, causing headaches for other dedicated, hard working, and competent employees.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Listen more to ideas from your employees when they identify problems and risks that need to be addressed. Also, change your way of assessing and recognizing your talented and skillful workforce. Provide more opportunities to train and develop your newer employees to promote loyalty. Need to get rid of leeches aka lazy, incompetent, and not dedicated employees.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO