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EMPLOYEE
PARTICIPANTS
1077
TOTAL
RATINGS
14620
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Oracle Employer Brand

58% of employees are proud to be part of the Oracle brand while 67% of employees believe they work in a positive work environment. Oracle's Employer Brand is comprised of a D rating for Retention, a C rating for Office Culture, and a C rating for Happiness. Employer Branding is an important aspect for companies looking to obtain and retain talent.

Retention
Bottom 20%Bottom 20% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
D

Oracle is in the Bottom 20% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably

Office Culture
Bottom 40%Bottom 40% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
C

Oracle is in the Bottom 40% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably

Happiness
Bottom 45%Bottom 45% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
C

Oracle is in the Bottom 45% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably

Employer Brand by Department

Oracle's Culture score is a collective aggregate of employee feedback across categories like Compensation, Leadership, and Team. Below the culture score, happiness score, & eNPS help demonstrate Oracle's Employer Brand at the department level.

Culture ScoreHappinessEmployee Satisfaction (eNPS) Net Promoter Score tracks your employees' overall score to this question: "On a scale from 0-10, how likely are you to recommend working at your company to a friend?"
SalesD+C+-27
EngineeringDC--37
MarketingDC-18
OperationsDD+-21
ProductDC--52
DesignDC--34
Business DevelopmentC+B-14
FinanceDC-32
CommunicationsC-A+0
Customer SupportD-D+-27
HRC+B-13
ITC-C+0
LegalB-B16
Customer SuccessA-----

Oracle Employee Perception

Employee Perception represents the core of Oracle's Employer Brand. We have broken perception into three categories: Oracle Retention (Overall Grade: D), Oracle Office Culture (Overall Grade: C), and Oracle Happiness (Overall Grade: C).

Oracle Retention

We asked Oracle employees questions about their pay, coworker quality, and much more. For Retention, Oracle ranks in the Bottom 20% of other companies in San Francisco and Bottom 20% of similar sized companies on Comparably.

Do you believe you're paid fairly?
Would you leave your current job for a 20% raise at a different company?
Are you challenged at work?
73
out of 100
How would you rate the quality of your coworkers?

Oracle Office Culture

Oracle employees were asked to rate their office vibes, business climate, and other critical Oracle culture questions. For Office Culture, Oracle ranks in the Bottom 25% of other companies in San Francisco and Bottom 40% of similar sized companies on Comparably.

Engaging
16%
Laid Back
16%
Serious
16%
Boring
26%
Toxic
26%
How would you describe the Office vibe at your company?
Multiple times a week
5%
Once a week
14%
Once a month
22%
Once a quarter
23%
Never
36%
How often do you socialize with team members outside of work?
Positive
67%
Negative
33%
Is your work environment positive or negative?

Oracle Happiness

Oracle employees were asked a range of questions to gauge their overall happiness at the company. For Happiness, Oracle ranks in the Bottom 25% of other companies in San Francisco and Bottom 45% of similar sized companies on Comparably.

Are you proud to be a part of your company?
Are your company's goals clear, and are you invested in them?
Do you feel burnt out at work?
Excellent
13%
Good
38%
Neutral
33%
Not Great
13%
Terrible
3%
How’s the work life balance at your company?

How Oracle Ranks Against their Competitors for Overall Culture Score

  1. IBM
    1st
  2. SAP
    2nd
  3. Workday
    3rd
  4. Microsoft
    4th
  5. Accenture (US)
    5th
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