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29 days ago

Intermediate Identity Infrastructure Operations Engineer

Kaiser Permanente Pleasanton, CA

You will work with clients on access reviews. You will use your strong technical and troubleshooting ability to root cause access review issues and… Kaiser Permanente

27 days ago

Compliance Consultant III

Kaiser Permanente Oakland, CA

Researches, plans, implements, and monitors a broad portfolio of compliance systems and initiatives to enable organizational compliance with all… Kaiser Permanente

12 days ago

Sourcing Director

Kaiser Permanente Oakland, CA

• Work over 3-5 months per category to create breakthrough strategies which both deliver quick wins and genuine innovative breakthroughs… Kaiser Permanente

26 days ago

Staff Nurse II, Short Hour - Grade 69

Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek, CA

• Identifies patient/family learning needs and acts to meet them. • Demonstrates an awareness of and sensitivity to… Kaiser Permanente

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    Former Employee - Staff RN in Hayward, CA
    Former Employee - Staff RN in Hayward, CA

    I worked at Kaiser Permanente part-time (more than 3 years)


    An all inclusive, club like atmosphere to work. In offices, very community oriented, and supportive feeling. Corporate Kaiser feels like a great place to work.


    Hospital Kaiser, not a very cohesive place to work. Many units seems unsafe in the floor nursing area. Managers do not seem to listen to their nurses, that same spirited feeling in the corporate side does not flow over into the hospital and patient care areas as well.

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    Actually practice what you preach. Many nurses are not on board with Kaiser's work approach, and they should be. Listen to your employees more, and have that spirited part of Kaiser really shine throughout all areas. Not just in the office environments.

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