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Home Health Physical Therapist

Kaiser Permanente Lancaster, CA

• Provide advice and education to patient and family. • Regularly reassess clinical signs and symptoms to determine effectiveness of treatment… Kaiser Permanente


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Kaiser Permanente Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bernard J. Tyson
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    Great pay, horrible management

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    Current Employee - Claims Processor  in  Lancaster, CA
    Current Employee - Claims Processor in Lancaster, CA

    I have been working at Kaiser Permanente full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Kaiser pays very well, best in the industry. Job security is great if you're a union employee. Benefits are the best around. Also, you are not tied down to a particular job, there are many locations, and transferring is always an option as long as you are willing to relocate.

    Cons

    Every location is like it's own mini planet. The right hand doesn't communicate with the left. Some locations are run very well, we'll others are horribly mismanaged. My current location has very weak management. Incompetent employees are not challenged because management does not stand up to the union. I am a union employee, but I am also a hard worker, and it's hard to be motivated when you have coworkers who don't care about anything. They do poor quality woek, but get the same raises as everyone else. Management acts like their hands are tied in spite of a strict corrective action policy being in place. The sad thing is, it's the patients who suffer.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The union is in place to protect hard working employees. If you target the lazy ones, you can eventually get rid of them. Grow a backbone!

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