Overall Employee Satisfaction
3.3

Manager Relationship
4.0
Manager Communication
3.5
Appreciation
3.3
Learning and Development
3.4
Company Outlook
3.9
Fair Pay
2.6
Pay Transparency
2.3
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How do employees review their experience at Oracle Corp.?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with Oracle Corp. as 3.3 out of 5. Oracle Corp. earns the highest marks for Manager Relationship with a score of 4.0 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Pay Policy, giving it 2.2 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that Oracle Corp., with scores of 3.3 and 3.9 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

Oracle Corp. Reviews

Q: What is it like working at Oracle Corp.?

Customer Success Manager in Denver:
"No pay raises."
Great benefits but without raises.

Principal Software Engineer in Boston:
"Stay away."
Pros: Flexible hours. Telecommuting. Challenging work.
Cons: Highly autocratic, top-down management. Extremely bureaucratic. Extremely cumbersome development processes. Constant change in priorities.

Senior Principal Engineer in Santa Clara:
"Challenging job; company very tightly controlled."
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.

Information Technology (IT) Director in Denver:
"Solid Company, Good Benefits, Opportunity To Excel."
Pros: Lots of flexibility to drive your own career forward.
Cons: Big company culture.

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