Working at Oracle Corp.

3.4
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  • Appreciation
    3.3
  • Company Outlook
    3.8
  • Fair Pay
    2.5
  • Learning and Development
    3.5
  • Manager Communication
    3.7
  • Manager Relationship
    4.2
  • Pay Policy
    2.3
  • Pay Transparency
    2.1
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Oracle Corp. Reviews

What is it like working at Oracle Corp.?

January 2019
"Great potential."
Account Director in London:
Pros: Supportive environment
Cons: Quarterly sales targets
December 2019
Lead UX Designer in Seattle:
Pros: Oracle is at an infliction point. There are lots of opportunities to be part of and influence the change in culture.
Cons: Oracle is a very big company where politics plays an important role in day to day operations and career development.
April 2015
Applications Engineer:
Pros: Corporate culture, work flexibility, Job Security, Good learning.
Cons: Absolutely ZERO hike for 3-5 years.. Very minimal 10-15k bonus in 3-5 years.
June 2016
"Challenging job; company very tightly controlled."
Senior Principal Engineer:
Pros: Challenging work. Many very sharp colleagues to work with.
Cons: Oracle is stingy about supplying employees the tools they need to do their job. For example, even for *engineers*, it only provides mid-range Windows laptops, whereas in our part of the company we need Unix-based, higher-end computers. Many of us end up spending $2500 out of our own pockets to supply the "tools" we need to do our jobs. The other thing I dislike is that the company operates very "top-down" -- decisions are made on top, pushed down, and must be accepted without question. No reasons are given for the decisions, and no appeals are tolerated. There is no transparency; it feels like upper management is saying "we're the parents and you are the children, *that's* why; we don't need to explain our decisions". I'd expect that in the military, but not in a corporation.
October 2015
Information Technology (IT) Consultant:
Pros: Flexibility..work from home.
Cons: No growth..learning and hikes.
April 2016
"Stay away."
Principal Software Engineer:
Pros: Flexible hours. Telecommuting. Challenging work.
Cons: Highly autocratic, top-down management. Extremely bureaucratic. Extremely cumbersome development processes. Constant change in priorities.
June 2016
Principal Software Engineer:
Pros: Flexibility. Work from home.
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