Kaiser Permanente Review Data
6 total review submissions
|2019||Summer Associate Intern||Portland||Healthcare||Great work culture and people, the work felt extremely…||Sometimes the work was boring or they ran out of stuff to…|
|2019||Intern||Denver||Analytics||The work culture was very relaxed, nobody had to work more…||The pay was too low. There is a lot of politics around big…|
|2019||Intern||Los Angeles||Corporate Finance||Good sense of community as people were always willing to…||Work environment a little too slow, upper management was…|
|2019||Intern||Oakland||Healthcare||Amazing culture. They really did do everything possible to…||Seems like a slow and difficult process to make your way up…|
|2014||Intern||Oakland||Healthcare||friendly people, easy going culture. Open floor so easy…||lots of travelling for full time employees; day to day may…|
|2009||Los Angeles||Pediatrics||Kaiser is a great organization and the future of health…||But, as everywhere, there were definitely some who were…|
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