The company had great benefits at the time i was there (full health insurance coverage, 401k). Hope they still do.
Very extensive set of benefits...more than you would expect from a company this size
Fantastic health benefits. I had an accident, broke my collarbone and had to go to the ER. Pricey business but almost fully paid by the insurer at the best hospital in town (Stanford)
Great Benefits. Many options from which to chose.
Solid benefits. Just about everything you can think of. What you would expect from a large profitable company.
Good benefits, work from home as well.
Excellent health insurance. 401(k) matches half of up to 6% BUT takes 4 years to vest - aka if you leave after year 1, you get 25%, after year 2 50%, etc. Large pay discrepancies within the same job role and between female and male employees (on one sales team I worked on, some of the men made double the base salary some of the women were paid). Employee discounts exist but are hard to navigate. Vacation time gets generous at 3+ years of employment, but few are exempt from mandatory winter break (required vacation time 4 days between Christmas and New Years), so you cannot choose when you use a significant portion of your accrued vacation - Oracle just wants to get vacation off the books at the end of the year, no regard for employee perspective.
best benefit is health insurance, worst benefit is bonus
there is too little time off
Unless you are above Director, you only get 2 weeks vacation to start. And if they decide to close between Christmas and New Years, they make you use vacation days for that
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.