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.
We promote awareness and understanding of LGBTQ+ issues, provide a strong support network, and champion equality at work and beyond.
We encourage collaboration across generations and promote inclusivity across cultures, through local employee resource groups and networks that engage all employees.
We develop, engage and empower female leaders by promoting leadership training, strengthening networks and paying it forward.
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 help advance the professional development of our Asian community. We raise cultural awareness, provide mentorship, and networking opportunities.
Safra Catz, Oracle CEO
Dawn had been out of the corporate world for nearly two decades when the Oracle UK Returnship Programme caught her eye. She had pressed pause on her career 19 years ago to start a family, but always saw herself returning to the technology industry, which she had loved.
Like so many other women in her position, she worried how her career break would affect her future prospects.
“Sometimes as women we can get too comfortable and only see ourselves in defined roles. Don’t overlook any opportunity: apply for a role even if your skill set doesn’t directly match the requirements, because attitude is just as important as experience.”
When Sergio came out as a teenager, his friends and family accepted him and loved him for who he was. The community he lived in was less open-hearted. While things have thankfully progressed since then, it wasn’t until he joined Oracle NetSuite that he discovered what it was like to be part of a truly inclusive workplace.
Today, he leads the Spain chapter of Oracle’s Pride Employee Network, our employee resource group which aims to support and uplift the LGBTQ+ community at work and beyond. “I joined OPEN to foster a work culture where everyone is free to be themselves and nobody has to suffer a single act of discrimination, because I don’t want anyone to go through what I suffered.”
Embracing diverse abilities, including neurodiverse people, can bring new ways of approaching problems with deep thinking, creativity, and true innovation. First launched in the UK, currently spreading to other parts of the world, Oracle’s Neurodiversity Network is developing formal programs, advising on workplace accommodations, or just helping adjust cultural acceptance.
“What I love about Oracle is that my neurodiversity doesn’t define me. I’m able to talk about it with my colleagues, about what it means, what I’m good at, what I’m not good at. I turn up to Oracle being cheery because I can actually be the person I am.”
Oxana Arapova founded the Oracle Women’s Leadership community in the Czech Republic after her manager encouraged her to attend the Oracle Emerging Leaders’ Summit in 2018. The event sparked Oxana’s desire to create a platform where men and women can work together.
“We promote female leadership and opportunities for women, but this is a platform that can help everyone at Oracle increase their leadership potential,” she explains. “We need to learn who we are, the different things that motivate us, and how to prioritize them. If we do that, we can help each other grow and create an environment where everyone can succeed.”
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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).
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 premier nonprofit dedicated to achieving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer workplace equality and building inclusive work environments.
Disability Confident is creating a movement of change, encouraging employers to think differently about disability and take action to improve how they recruit, retain and develop disabled people.
Business Disability Forum exists to remove barriers in business structures and Government that prevent disabled people from thriving and contributing in this way. Their belief is that the 26 million people in the UK and over 1 billion people worldwide with disabilities and long-term conditions enhance the social and economic health of our societies.
The Valuable 500’s mission is to use the power of business to drive lasting change for the 1.3 billion people around the world, living with a disability.
Supported by strategic partners, the team collaborate and connect with 500 of the world’s most influential global businesses for disability inclusion. Together with Iconic Leader companies, they are developing a Transformation Programme which will drive system change and make business more inclusive of people with disabilities.
NiB is a business-led forum functioning as an industry group for organisations to share industry good practice on ND recruitment, retention and empowerment.
The vision is to foster a corporate environment where neurodivergent people are understood and form an invaluable part of the work culture.