Oracle's Career scores are comprised of a C rating for Happiness, a C rating for Environment, and a D rating for Retention. This places Oracle in the Bottom 45% of similar sized companies for Happiness, Bottom 40% for Environment, and Bottom 20% for Retention. Learn more about how employees feel towards their careers at Oracle.
Oracle is in the Bottom 45% of Similar Sized Companies on Comparably
Oracle is in the Bottom 40% of Similar Sized Companies on Comparably
Oracle is in the Bottom 20% of Similar Sized Companies on Comparably
Learn more about careers at Oracle by reviewing how real employees feel about their work experience at the company. Get an inside look into how happy the employees are and their thoughts on the overall work environment. Also, review Retention scores to understand Oracle's focus and commitment to retaining top talent at their company.
1026 employees at Oracle have provided detailed feedback about their Quality of Life at Oracle. Oracle's Environment score ranks the highest at 66/100 (C), while the Retention score ranks the lowest at 60/100 (D).
Based on 3139 ratings, Oracle employees rate their happiness at the workplace a “C”. The Happiness score describes how employees feel about the overall positivity in the workplace and incorporates their answers to questions like “How long is your commute to work?” and “How much longer do you see yourself working at your current company?”.
In general, Caucasian employees and Entry Level employees are considered to be the most happy at Oracle, while Asian or Pacific Islander employees and employees with 3 to 6 Years experience are considered to be the least happy. Males are the most optimistic about their career at Oracle.
The company is in the Bottom 25% of other companies in San Francisco and Bottom 45% of other companies on Comparably.
569 Oracle employees believe their work environment deserves a “C”. The Environment score describes how employees feel about their relationship with coworkers and overall work productivity at the Company.
In general, Caucasian employees and employees with 1 to 3 Years experience think the most highly about their work environment, while Hispanic or Latino employees and employees with 6 to 10 Years experience think there is room for improvement.
The Environment score has remained steady over the past month. The 1991 ratings are derived from employee answers to questions like “On average, how many hours do you work a day?” and “Do you have a close friend at work?”.
Oracle's Retention score is rated a “D” by 1026 employees. The category helps understand Oracle's focus and commitment to retaining employees in their organization.
Over the past month, Oracle's Retention score has remained steady at 60/100. In general, Caucasian employees and Entry Level employees think the most highly about Oracle's efforts around retaining employees, while Asian or Pacific Islander employees and employees with 3 to 6 Years experience think there is room for improvement.
Oracle's Retention score is in the Bottom 20% of similar sized companies (10,000+ Employees) on Comparably. The Company ranks in the Bottom 20% compared to nearby companies in San Francisco.