When you join Oracle Data Cloud, you’re more than just an employee—you’re part of a team. And we take care of our team through strategic programs geared toward enhancing our people’s development both professionally and personally.
It’s not every day you find an organization with more than 1,500 people that acts like a start-up. In addition to building great products, Oracle Data Cloud also prioritizes the things that matter: culture, innovation, development, and recognition. Everything from our office spaces to our values is designed to attract top talent and create a winning culture.
At Oracle Data Cloud we’re passionate about our focus on community impact both internally and externally. Our IMPACT group focuses on prioritizing diversity internally through workshops, speakers, and more. We also offer volunteer opportunities on a global scale. No matter where you’re based, our volunteer programs center on activities that make a difference in our local regional communities.
We know how important it is for our teams to go beyond their everyday scope and get the chance to innovate with other departments and peers. At Oracle Data Cloud we host hackathons twice a year where our global team comes together to work on projects ranging from potential new products to photo walks.
"I’m so grateful to be a part of the team where everyone supports me and everyone encourages me. I’m the new kid on the block and it’s so important to have a tribe of people who really see your potential and want to see you succeed in what you do."
"Our workplace is where we spend a lot of our time, and for me it’s really important to have fun at work and that people feel comfortable and can enjoy themselves. I just love seeing people, especially when they are quite shy or not really open, come out and enjoy themselves and maybe connect with new people.
"The same things that make the web so wonderful can also be used to commit crime. Crime in cyberspace takes a whole new complexity and all too often the bad guys get away. Recently, the amazing team I work with every day changed the game by discovering DrainerBot. I'm very proud of the work our team does fighting ad fraud and making a difference for all citizens of the internet."
"The best way I’ve found to care and commit to an idea is to understand the purpose and know you have an ownership stake in the outcome. Helping my team align and use this approach as a strategy is something I find fulfilling."
According to a recent blog by Click Boarding, up to 20 percent of employee turnover occurs in the first 45 days of employment and 23 percent of new hires turn over before their first anniversary. One of the top reasons they leave is tied to a poor onboarding experience.
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