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5 days ago

Principal Recruiter

Oracle IN-IN,India-Noida, IN-IN,India-Bangalore

Job duties are varied and complex utilizing independent judgment. May have project lead role. Demonstrated record of measurable success in a fast… Oracle


1 day ago

Principal Product Marketing Director - Database Cloud Services Developer Marketing – new

Oracle Canada, KY

Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others. Work is non-routine and very complex, involving… Oracle


4 days ago

Principal Product Manager, Data Enablement

Oracle Colorado

Assists in the development of short, medium, and long term plans to achieve strategic objectives. Regularly interacts across functional areas with… Oracle


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    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Redwood City, CA
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Redwood City, CA
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    I have been working at Oracle full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    It's a big company, and it varies quite a bit by job/org, but... - Great work environment, with lots of good people who are working hard. It's a good place to learn about the industry and your job role. - Good benefits (insurance, 401(k), etc., are all fine). - Lots of flexibility. Working from home is limited, but pretty common. Managers (mine in particular) don't micromanage.

    Cons

    - Pay is flat out not competitive for most jobs. That's the reason why 50% of college graduate hires are gone after 18 months. Raises are tiny and not guaranteed. If you want to excel, go somewhere else. - Onboarding process is a joke. Most jobs have no training, because no one is in charge of training. - Along those lines, if it isn't assigned to someone, it doesn't get done. Oracle is like the former USSR--centrally planned, with only a chosen few making decisions, and endless bureacracy for everyone else. It is the opposite of an empowering culture.

    Advice to Management

    I get that the choice to pay people below market wages is deliberate. But your calculations are wrong--you're wasting money by having to replace people over and over. The longer people go with below market salaries, the more likely above average talent is to leave. After a few years, the only people who are sure to still be there are the dead weight.


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