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I got a raise after my first year. You have to be a good employee to get a raise.

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Not at all. Oracle is more about political science than computer science.

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Management does not listen nor do they care. Employee Surveys are responded to and nothing is discussed and or improvements made. Changes are made that impact your career directly with no collaboration or discussion around the changes.

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Poor management

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Vacation is not earned and you can take what you want when you need it. But it must be approved and occasionally vacation reasonable requests are denied.

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The Oracle recruiter kept hounding me for an interview

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Benefits are excellent. The health care is outstanding - it frequently covers tests and procedures that many people warn me might not be covered. The health care even covers acupuncture. No need to get prior approval or referrals for In Network specialist services, even psychiatry. There is a choice of health plans ranging from a couple of levels of Co Pay plans and HSA plan. Oracle contributes $900 a year for Family coverage to my HSA. I typically meet the deductible around March at which point the cost of appointments is drastically reduced due to being covered by insurance.

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The interview tends to focus on Technical skills alone and trying to figure out if they have to spend money to train you or whether you can hit the ground running. When you are customer facing soft skills are important unfortunately like many Tech Companies people tend to lack these skills badly and Oracle is an extreme example of a company where interviewers and managers lack soft skills.

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Dealing with unprofessional management

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