We care about your health and happiness and we want you to be at your best. At Oracle, you’ll enjoy a competitive benefits package with a variety of customizable medical options, savings plans, and wellness programs.
We also don’t think your life should be on hold from Monday to Friday. Generous amounts of time off, flexible work options, and lots of fun employee activities are all an important part of leading a balanced a life.
Hear about flexibility from Leor, one of Oracle’s Karate Club black belts—and make sure to check out some reviews from our employees.
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“good options and coverage options”
“Decent corporate match. Use Fidelity Services”
“unlimited vacation and paid time off policy”
They offer a variety of health insurance options at competitive rates.
Great benefits with 8% match 104k.
401k 6% matching with fidelity
Comprehensive and strong employer contribution
Am I underpaid? Hey everyone. Junior UXD here, hitting year 2 at Oracle. With that experience and my education/work experience I have about 4 yoe total. Recruiters keep DMing me on LinkedIn offering me Senior Designer roles with TC in the $120k+ range. Currently I’m making $80k TC. So… am I underpaid? Should I leave?
I’m a software consultant at Oracle where I specialize in one software and help clients implement/optimize it. I’m trying to transition to a strategy/management advisory role because I feel pigeonholed to this one Oracle software. I have a final round case interview coming up and am preparing but have extreme imposter syndrome because I don’t feel like I have the traditional excel data analysis and PowerPoint skills they are looking for. Has anyone been in a similar position and have any advice?
good solid offering. on-site perks still limited with low in-office activity.
Lots of fun. But competitive
Flexible benefits package at a fair price.
Amazing benefits for a great organization
Very good health coverage Insurance
Worst thing is forced to take vacation days from Christmas to New years. Great 401k and stock benefits