We’re committed to creating a workplace where all kinds of people can succeed without barriers. We know that in order to tackle the world’s most important problems, our workforce needs to reflect the diversity of the billions of people who use our technology.
By hiring people with differing abilities, we open ourselves to new ways of thinking and innovating. Our diversity recruitment programs, scholarships, and partnerships with groups like Disability:IN help us actively recruit people with visible and invisible disabilities.
We empower all our people to do their best work. We hold an annual Internal Accessibility Conference and provide disability inclusion programs like interpreter services, support animal access, reasonable accommodations, and a disability resource guide.
The Oracle Diverse Abilities Network (ODAN) fosters an inclusive, accessible work environment for people of all abilities. We achieve this through advocacy, opportunities, resources, outreach, and education—including support for parents, guardians, and caregivers.
We understand that neurodiverse people can face unique challenges at work. That’s why we think differently when it comes to recruitment and development, and go further to provide the support that makes Oracle a safe space to share and self-advocate.
We’re dedicated to building products that everyone can use. As a leader in accessibility technology, we’re proud to share our advances in this field and help the technology industry understand how to integrate accessibility into the development process.
Group Manager, Product Management
After being with Oracle for 12 years, Navin says, “It’s been a wonderful journey. The team makes it possible for me to come to the office every day and work just like anyone else.”
Principal Technical Account Manager
“Inclusivity is not just about making accommodations, but also about utilizing strengths,” says Julian, who appreciates the resources and employee groups at Oracle that he can reach out to and share experiences with.
Senior Principal Applications Engineer
Being a neurodivergent person, it’s important to Aritra that organizations understand the nuances and support required for a neurodivergent workforce to be productive and successful.
Principal Cloud Architect
Autism awareness is important to Rajkeerat, who’s a parent to an autistic child. “This helps us create, understand and accept the wonderful differences that we all have,” he says.