Kaiser Permanente's wage and benefits plans are designed to help you stay healthy, meet your financial goals, advance in your career, and achieve a balance between your work and personal life. As an employee, you are eligible for benefits according to your full-time/part-time status and the number of hours scheduled to work per week. Benefits may vary based on your Kaiser Permanente region, position, scheduled hours, and representation by collective bargaining or employee groups, but generally include the benefits listed in the summary below.
Great cafeteria style benefit package. Health insurance is very good, especially if you choose Kaiser as your provider. Supplemental Medical, Dental, Life Insurance for employee and family, Accidental Death/Dismemberment, Long Term Disability, Health Care and Dependent Care Spending Accounts, 401K, TSA, Supplemental Retirement Plan with employer contributions, etc.
good health insurance, 401k and pension. PTO can be cashed out if you do not use it.
There are no negatives. The benefits at Kaiser Permanente are great, especially if you have a family. The best thing about having Kaiser benefits is that they are practically free, with the exception of five dollar copay's.
Very generous benefits such as health care and dental care. This is great for families or individuals - really anyone, truly if you think about it.
Benefits are great. There aren't many places that would give their interns benefits like Kaiser
Free medical and dental.
For our particular union, we pay little to nothing to be insured. Nothing compares to that! Paying a small copay for a huge surgery is like no other!
The best thing about the benefit package is the nearly fully paid health insurance and the inclusion of a defined benefit plan.
To be vested with kaiser medical insurance u need to be employed for 15 years by the age of 55
HMO plan with Kaiser, still have to pay for benefits if you're not union.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.