Equal pay for equal work. That’s just common sense!
Advance your career with an employer that supports female leadership.
Continuous learning is critical to keep up with the evolving demands in every jobs.
We need more women representation in leadership because it leads to more inclusive policies and initiatives.
If you’re ready to restart your career, you need support and training for the transition.
International Women's Day, March 8, is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This year, the theme is ‘Press for Progress’: a movement to forge positive visibility of women and drive progress in gender parity.
Like on previous International Women’s Days, this year Oracle will:
Celebrate and honour the many achievements of women near and far, past and present.
Recognize and thank advocates and activists, men and women, who work relentlessly to claim women’s rights.
Take the time, individually and in unity, to reflect, advocate and pledge to empower women across the globe to realize their full potential.
Oracle has a program that unites employees for women’s empowerment and development, not just for one day of the year, but for all 365 days: the Oracle Women’s Leadership (OWL) program. Its mission is to develop, engage, and empower current and future generations of Oracle women leaders in fostering an inclusive and innovative workforce. OWL is represented by more than 90 communities across the globe that pave the way locally to enhance leadership and professional development skills, strengthen and expand professional networks, and cultivate communities to grow and retain talent.
"I also joined as a professional in marketing that I think that I can become power in the planning and management aspects.We can speak more confidently than before and can take leadership of a new project in my normal work"
"Initially, I didn’t recognize my strengths. It was one of my managers, and later on, a colleague who pointed out that I’m very strategic in my thinking, and that I’m good at seeing the big picture. I started to consciously develop these strengths by always asking for frank feedback from managers, colleagues, and team members."