- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
GoodJan 8, 2023 - Pricing Analyst in Kansas City, MORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Good company to work for out of college. Leading edge technology in healthcare IT.
Low pay and ability to receive promotions
Other Employee Reviews
- Former Employee★★★★★
awesome company: focused, busy, transforming, friendly, effectiveMar 31, 2023 - Senior Automation EngineerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Large range of skills, jobs, and certifications available. Wonderful people who are have open and helpful habits of interaction. This company has NO "dead wood"!
Although Oracle engages in new learning and technologies, the highly focused work practices and security needs makes it challenging to bring new technologies.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 8 years★★★★★
Great benefits, good people, slow innovation, no raisesOct 21, 2014 - Technical Analyst III (Support) in Denver, CORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Every group/division can be different in how they treat their employees, but I'd say overall there is very good atmosphere of trust and fairness. There is a strong focus on education, and they reimburse for outside classes taken (Up to 5k/year I think). Benefits are good, and I'd say quite competitive in the market. Good 401K matching (they'll contribute a max of 3% of your 6% or greater). Free drinks in the breakroom. Flexibility to work from home at times. (If you live 50+ miles away from an office you can work full-time from home...policy).
They don't try to make the workplace anything special (maybe a pool table and arcade game are cliche or gimmicky?). In the 10 years I've worked there, they've given 2 measly %1 cost of living raises (this is the same with most everyone I've spoken to, some don't get any raises). You will not get a substantial raise ever, unless you leave then get rehired on (they will not match offers, better to leave). New employees that you train will make 10 - 20K more than you several years after you hire on (not just me, they do this to all tenured employees). They will give these untrained, less experienced people higher titles (again this is done to everyone not just me). You learn pretty quickly that you're dispensable. The company has billions in cash and they don't re-invest in their employees, just in acquiring new companies and hiring new people that know nothing that you get to train.Continue reading