The benefits of working for an organization like Kaiser Permanente go beyond what might be considered traditional “benefits.” Sure, we offer competitive compensation. And our medical coverage is pretty amazing, as are our retirement plans. But it’s our commitment to caring for our employees holistically that rounds out the benefit of joining our team.
Being a care-driven organization, we value health, wellness, and happiness above all and know that reaching your potential at work often starts with being your best outside of it. We recognize the benefit of wellness and work-life balance and provide many tools and resources to help our employees thrive. In fact, we’re consistently named a Best Employer for Healthy Lifestyles by the National Business Group on Health!
Beyond encouraging everyone to be their best self, we also know that feeling good comes from owning your professional development. Which is why we embrace learning as a way of life. Whether you sit on the clinical, technical, or business side of our organization, you’ll be encouraged to explore your potential through career paths and educational opportunities that match your ambitions.
While specific benefits vary based on location, position, scheduled hours, and representation by collective bargaining or employee groups, they generally include what you see in the summary below.
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“Up to 500 hours accrual ”
“Has a great comprehensive coverage, with dental, vision”
“Automatic 5% of salary matching whether you contribute or no after 2 years ”
Great benefits: cafeteria plan structure that fully pays (with extra!) for 1 person's benefits including contribution to FSA. Just added a 2nd person to my benefits and even though it costs us a small amount (less than $100/mo) again with FSA, we're overall saving from being on 2 different health plans. Health coverage for regular stuff plus vision, dental, acupuncture, and chiro. Paid PTO using an accrual per paycheck approach. Accrual increases at tenured years 1, 2, and 4 (I think?). Lots of other perks - both financial and discount programs, etc.
Insurance Package as a whole, & perks
Worst: You have to wait until you get a benefited position. Most positions start as on-call with no benefits. Get your foot in then get a benefited position.
Amazing healthcare coverage and also offers pension plan
Great health insurance coverage and they have a pension for union workers
Excellent benefits! Great work life balance!
The company has an extraordinary benefit package.
Great benefits - Comprehensive and easily individualized.
Best: Health insurance and coverage cannot be matched elsewhere. Worst: Other benefits are nonexistant. ARCHAIC maternity/paternity leave. Not supportive of new parents. Bad benefits for young new hires as well, no option to match school loan payments instead of retirement.
Paid health insurance, they contribute to you 401k after 1 year, and they offer a pension.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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