I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at Oracle.
Interview Details – Really quick. Contacted recruiter and submitted my resume. Contacted the same day and asked when could talk.
Interview Question – Talk about yourself Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Oracle.
Interview Details – Really quick. Contacted recruiter and submitted my resume. Contacted the same day and asked when could talk. Advanced from the weed-er phone screen and moved onto the first round interview over the phone.
Interview Question – Describe a time when you had to carry out a task you did not like in a team setting Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None
Very Difficult Interview
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Oracle in April 2012.
Interview Details –
First day at the assessment center is more informative and they are observing you all day long. There is a meeting with senior managers, presentation about Oracle, case about outsourcing and your opinion on it, technology demonstration, sales exercises important is to discover their needs and preferences, question and answer session and dinner. During the dinner you get a random subject and have to give a presentation for 2 minutes.
Second day there are 2 interviews. First with 2 managers. They do everything to make it hard for you and want to know how you handle. The way they ask questions was not humanly. The next interviews was with a panel of six managers they ask standard questions like why do you want to work for Oracle. I also had a third interview with another manager. He was very kind and normal in his way of interviewing. The culture that I have tested was pro Americans. My feedback is they suck al your energy two days long for a crap position and people working over there, they don’t look happy.
Great work-life balance and flexibility. Perfect place for working mothers.
Stable company - little to no management churn.
Good health benefits. – Full Review
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