Hard onboarding when join this company, poor training, the management looks like have not clear ideas about managing conflicts with employees, the quarter end is not easy for a lot of procedure that can be improved, good part of the employees is very friendly and helpfully.
Amazing work atmosphere and work progression and advancement is second to none. Managers are an outstanding talent in their own right.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Dublin – 7 July 2017
I loved working at Oracle as it introduced me to many different cultures and nationalities and it is a thriving place to be in. Typical day is quite varied and busy from answering calls to deliveries of all types of new equipment to meeting new talented sales teams and young professionals. Business people from overseas and such. From CEO's to VIP's is very exciting to meet in person. Meeting young school kids from secondary schools in the area with ambitions to go into sales and cloud computing . Technology has come along way and everybody wants to be a part of it at Oracle with its top of the range new building in Eastpoint Business park with new smart technology and colorful interior all modernized for the energetic and moving individual. Canteen and kitchen areas are simply spectacular with portable or on the go individual meeting rooms with incredible Skype facilities and sound systems. Oracle is one of the best companies to work for.
Uniform provided, local schuttle bus is a godsend! Great local amenities and buses to city centre also.
Good opportunities and work/life balance. Lots of change which leads to loss in focus and frustration and there is a lot of needless hierarchy. There are some great solutions and products however and the company is in a healthy place
The place is hiring lots of new salespeople, but the environment overall is depressing and 90's style. They do not use their own modern sales systems, takes ages to sell anything due to complicated internal red tape. Selling is not the hard part, Oracle is. Especially if you come from more modern organizations.
terrible management, A new manager put into place has killed any desire i and to work at oracle. Expected to work from 8am until 8/9/10pm monday to friday going against everything I was told in my interview
Top Accouts Engineer (Principal Engineer) (Current Employee) – Broomfield, County Monaghan – 28 April 2016
I handle service issues with Oracles largest commercial customer as part of the Account team, I typically work with customers Senior SA's technical Directors, and VP's. I enjoy a good relationship with these folks due to good service and competant results.
Since this is a very large customer there is a great deal of vriety in what we do.
BRC, Business Relationship Consultant (Former Employee) – Dublin – 4 January 2016
Anything can happen in Oracle. You're the master of your own progression. If you want ahead, you can, but you will have to work for it. Oracle have a very serious work culture, and the colleagues are very serious about the job, which is a really good motivation.
Great company to understand global relationships and gives me good exposure to multi solution selling in a very competitive space. People I work with are really fun and very experienced. Good work life balance.
Good benefits, location not too bad. Payment structure fair.
I was lucky to get an internship at Oracle, there were 5 other interns which meant I wasn't alone. I worked within a team of 6 people and got the change to work on an external project which included working with people from around the world.