At Oracle, we don’t just respect differences—we celebrate them. We believe that innovation starts with inclusion and to create the future we need people with diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities. That’s why we’re committed to creating a workplace where all kinds of people can do their best work. It’s when everyone’s voice is heard and valued that we’re inspired to go beyond what’s been done before.
Be part of something bigger and help everyone feel like they belong. Our employee resource groups and affinity groups represent the diverse communities that make up who we are as a company. With more than 60 employee communities, covering a wide variety of topics from gender, ethnicity, and accessibility to religious affiliation, parenting, and many other interests, our communities connect us, empower us, and help us build an inclusive culture.
We work together to enrich the careers of Black professionals at Oracle. We focus on inclusive recruitment, retention, and community engagement.
We encourage collaboration across generations and promote inclusivity and learning in a thoughtful way that benefits all ages.
We leverage the unique value that our military community brings and work together to advance veteran careers in meaningful ways.
We aim to create an open-hearted and accessible work environment for people of all abilities. We fulfil our mission through advocacy, outreach, and education.
We nurture the leadership abilities of Latino employees. We help recruit Latino talent and engage the wider community in creating more opportunities.
We promote awareness and understanding of LGBTQ+ issues, provide a strong support network, and champion equality at work and beyond.
We help advance the professional development of our Asian community. We raise cultural awareness, provide mentorship, and networking opportunities.
We develop, engage and empower female leaders by promoting leadership training, strengthening networks and paying it forward.
Safra Catz, Oracle CEO
Jo is a Principal Technical Program Manager who works for the Oracle National Security Region—a unique division of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for which you need a US Government Top Secret clearance. Her team is building a new class of cloud for the mission-critical systems that protect America. It’s what gives Jo her sense of purpose—something she wasn’t sure she would find again when she left the Air Force.
"There isn’t a career tool that connects the dots between being a B52 Weapon System Officer and being a cloud computing program manager. But as it turns out, helping the government protect their information and move to the cloud has given me as much purpose and job satisfaction as I’ve ever had."
After eight years of marriage, Daniele and Taize decided to start a family. Through in-vitro fertilization, life blessed them with their daughter, Rafaella, who is now seven. “As an LGBTQ+ family, we understand our role is to spread a message of pride. Our family, friends, and co-workers see what we’re building with our family and are learning it’s not better than anyone else’s—it’s just different.”
Taize and Daniele are champions of LGBTQ+ equality at Oracle. “So far we have gender-neutral restrooms in Brazil, HRC Award recognition in Mexico, three new OPEN chapters across the region, and special recruitment programs for LGBTQ+ students,” Taize says. “I’m very proud to see my leaders and top management team in Latin America not only be aware of LGBTQ+ inclusion, but also actively engaged in our actions.”
As a child Mari represented Japan in the Junior Olympics for swimming, but her life took a sudden turn when she suffered a cerebral infarction in her sleep, leaving her left arm and leg disabled. With this setback, Mari had to rethink how she would live the rest of her life.
That’s when she found her love of fly-fishing and sailing. A long period of intensive practice and preparation led Mari to the incredible achievement of winning the Silver Medal with the National Paralympic Sailing team as well as the Global Fly Fishing Championship in the female category. “When I was competing, I would close my eyes and visualize my friends and family’s reaction to me winning a medal—that gave me strength to keep going.
Mari now uses her experiences to inspire others in challenging situations. As an Oracle Development Consultant, she helps employees with mental training, finding strength, positive psychology, and resilience.
Mona was blazing her trail as a successful sales account manager when she was nominated to attend the 2019 Oracle Emerging Leader Summit in Amsterdam. She was excited for the opportunity to represent the women of Saudi Arabia on a global stage.
“I’ve always been aware that people have an inaccurate perception about the Saudi workforce—especially Saudi women,” Mona explains. “So I’ve always wanted to correct this and show the world just how capable Saudi women are.”
By the time Mona returned she had set her sights on a new career goal: starting Saudi Arabia's first ever Oracle Women’s Leadership (OWL) community. “I had a strong urge to highlight the real image of the Saudi woman and show that we are talented, ambitious, and hard working. We are constantly looking for opportunities to develop ourselves, just like any other women around the world."
Olympic Trials finalist Montez, an Oracle account executive, knows what it takes to succeed on the field—and in his career.
“One of the biggest things that I've learned is that failure is part of success,” says Montez. “Most people only look at the highlights in life. But the story and the lessons learned come from being knocked down and building yourself back up.”
Montez’ winning attitude is continuing to help him succeed in the corporate world. “Oracle gives us an opportunity not only to understand who we are as a person, but to learn different tools that you would never have access to. If you’re willing to open your eyes and learn, the world is yours.”
We believe in treating each employee and applicant for employment fairly and with dignity. We base our employment decisions on merit, experience, and potential, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by federal, state, or local law.
Our Equal Employment Opportunity policy is founded on the philosophy that our employees and applicants for employment must be treated equitably. We do not discriminate based on personal preference or physical characteristics, and our experience confirms that supporting policies and practices with a strong commitment to equal employment opportunity is a good business practice. Our commitment to this policy applies to every phase of the employment relationship, and we make every effort to comply with this policy.
If you feel you have not been treated fairly in some way, we encourage you to contact Oracle Human Resources or to call Oracle's Integrity Helpline (800-679-7417) for assistance. The company takes such matters very seriously and reporting your claims internally allows us to work with you to investigate and try to resolve your issues.
We seek to build an inclusive workforce and work environment. We make every effort to attract, invest in, and develop the talents of diverse people who reflect the society and community in which we live. We welcome and support people of all races, ethnicities, cultures, and religions and seek to foster teamwork and effective partnerships among our employees. Oracle provides equitable treatment and reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities in accordance with individual needs, business realities, and federal and state laws. These accommodations may include job retraining, an adjusted work schedule, special equipment or transportation, medical leave, or job modification to optimize your performance.
We’re proud to be a company that makes diversity and inclusion a priority. We listen closely to what you have to say—and we think that’s what makes us an employer of choice.
Achieving true diversity is a continuous journey, not a one-off destination. We’re constantly working on more inclusive hiring strategies, tracking our progress, and holding leaders accountable. Every day we’re making these numbers more representative of the world around us. For additional demographic information, view our EEO-1 Statement (PDF).
Through scholarships and career development programs, AISES is increasing the representation of indigenous North American people in STEM.
The largest non-profit Pan-Asian organization for business professionals in North America. Ascend’s mission is to enhance the influence and reach of pan-Asian business leaders.
An international nonprofit that enables the upward mobility of African-Americans and other minorities in IT and STEM fields.
A global expert on effectively recruiting and supporting individuals with disabilities in the workplace as well as marketing to the disability community in the consumer space.
A nonprofit that connects, inspires, and guides women in computing and the organizations that view technology innovation as a strategic imperative.
HACU is the only educational association that represents Hispanic-Serving Institutions in America. It helps thousands of young Hispanics with education and career development programs.
A premier Hispanic network for technology professionals—this organization focuses on building strong leaders, corporations, and role models for the digital age.
The biggest national lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer civil rights organization. HRC works towards a world where LGBTQ people can be themselves and be safe.
ITSMF increases the representation of black professionals at senior levels by promoting career development and networking opportunities within the IT profession.
A charity that promotes the independence and equality of visually impaired people through blindness skills training and greater access to opportunities.
This oldest and largest nationwide organization of blind Americans provides resources to the visually impaired and removes barriers in the way of opportunity.
One of the largest student-governed organizations in the US, NSBE’s mission is to increase the number of black engineers who excel academically, professionally, and in the community.
A premier nonprofit dedicated to achieving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer workplace equality and building inclusive work environments.
SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their contributions as engineers and leaders.
America’s largest and most effective minority education organization, UNCF invests resources in better futures for its students and, through their success, for all of us.
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