Our people create the future by designing, developing, and delivering solutions that transform how the world uses and manages information. We’re committed to our employees’ success, and we strive to create a culture that supports diversity and inclusion, teamwork, continuous learning, and overall well-being.
employees in the Americas
employees in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
employees in Japan and Asia Pacific
*As of September 2023
“We are on a big journey. This is an amazing time to be part of Oracle, and I want everyone to be involved and feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion is not only a personal mission of mine, but it is a business imperative.”
At Oracle, we don’t just value differences, we celebrate them. We know that to tackle the world’s most important problems, our workforce needs to reflect the diversity of the people who use our technology. Our strength comes from our employees’ diverse backgrounds, experiences, and passion to help our customers do amazing things. Our nine diversity and inclusion employee resource groups and 60 affinity groups help us support a culture of pride, connection, and allyship.
The global mission of Oracle Women’s Leadership (OWL) is to develop, engage, and empower current and future generations of women leaders.
With more than 100 communities around the world, OWL connects women with development opportunities and inspirational mentors and gives them the tools they need to grow into roles requiring specialized skills or leadership positions.
We’re committed to creating a workplace where all employees can succeed without barriers.
Our inclusive culture inspires our people to support one another through a variety of initiatives, including the Diverse Abilities Network employee resource group, the Abilities Matter internship program, Oracle Interpreter Services, and a robust accessibility program that includes corporate accessibility standards for Oracle products.
We encourage continuous learning with a vast portfolio of content and programs to help our employees grow their skills and innovate to deliver the best solutions.
In fiscal year 2022, Oracle employees
The health and safety of our employees and their families is a top priority. Oracle’s benefits programs and resources support physical, emotional, mental, and financial health. Our flexible work environment fosters collaboration, innovation, and inclusion, regardless of where people work. And, when an unexpected crisis occurs, our teams are there to offer assistance. We continue to take every possible action to help employees and their families affected by the war in Ukraine, including financial assistance, evacuations, accommodations, travel services, relocation, and more.Learn about Oracle employee benefits
To help employees understand and uphold Oracle’s Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, Oracle provides training courses that include, but are not limited to, the following:
Trains employees to conduct business ethically and in accordance with applicable anticorruption laws and Oracle policy.
Provides an overview of laws regarding illegal anticompetitive agreements and similar prohibited conduct, as well as guidance on how to interact with partners to avoid competition concerns.
Helps employees to identify and deal with situations that may give rise to potential conflicts or the appearance of conflicts of interest.
Trains employees to identify and understand workplace hazards and to comply with all applicable health and safety laws, regulations, and any additional requirements.
Trains employees to apply Oracle’s Code of Ethics and Business Conduct in their daily work.
Teaches employees how to protect information at Oracle and how to apply Oracle’s security and privacy policies and practices to their jobs.
Trains employees to fully comply with the applicable insider trading and securities laws that govern transactions in the securities of Oracle and other companies.
Teaches employees to recognize and report actions that may constitute sexual harassment.
Explains to employees the processes to be followed during product development and describes how to handle security vulnerabilities.
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