Got tired of getting EXCEED annual reviews with no promotion and no pay raise.
Always upbeat about helping my team meet their goals.
Answered - DIRECTOR OF SALES (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Well I must say I was at work on a customer site in 2006 and Larry actually showed up personally to the site. This was a company he funded as a startup and he was there to celebrate the 100th sale. First, I was the only Full time Oracle employees onsite and he completely ignored me, walked right past, said nothing. The company broke for a celebration (didn't ask me if I'd like to attend) and Larry went also. He then opened up the floor for Q&A and one employee asked Larry why he gave almost 200M for their startup. Much to the surprise of the room Larry answered "for the money". The person who asked the question said "Larry you have billions of dollars, why the money?" Larry answered "there isn't enough money in the world for me". You want to work here? Not me.
I drag going to work. There is not point in going since there are no raises and no training. The company really doesn’t care about its employees or customers.
Lack of career opportunities and advancement in my field of interest.(systems performance)
Answered - Senior Systems Engineering Manager (Former Employee) - Burlington, MA
I feel very comfortable going to work each day
Answered - Onsite Support Engineer (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Stressful supporting things with no training
Answered - Sr Technial Analyst (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL
The compensation structure and business operations make it extremely hard to consistently hit your annual on target earnings. Commission and Account Territories are put together so poorly its easy to feel as though your set up to fail.
Answered - Account Manager/Sales (Current Employee) - Boston, MA
It varies, but generally good.
Answered - Principal Engineering Program Manager (Current Employee) - Broomfield, CO
Great place to work.
Answered - Field System Support Engineer (Former Employee) - Redwood Shores, CA