Wednesday Jan 29, 2014
Monday Jan 27, 2014
By Adriana Noailles on Jan 27, 2014
After my previous work experience within the financial sector where I received the “Bachelor of Banking” degree, and the online marketing industry as well as having studied a year in the US, I was looking for a new challenge for my international career.Oracle offered me the opportunity to work in a multicultural environment and to develop my professional skills further, so I was impressed. I chose Oracle because I believe it provides me with an unrivalled opportunity to work in an exciting and challenging environment whilst affording excellent progression opportunities.[Read More]
Wednesday Jan 22, 2014
By Nadiya on Jan 22, 2014
"What type of career I should shape for my life?" This is the question that most of the freshers keep asking to themselves, a few of them get the answer but a significant number of fresher do not.
Choosing the right career at the right time is very important to your growth as an individual.
To be in the IT field, what are many graduates – working environment, a good exposure to grow, work timing, and a decent enough salary etc..
This is where I would like share some of the points here that will make you (Fresher) realized how cool is to join Oracle.
Oracle Footprint- Across industries we provides complete business solutions to help companies to run their business successfully.
Team - You are going to work with best minds in the industries which comprises individuals which are from best colleges in various levels.
Technology - Here in Oracle we not only work on latest Technologies but we create the latest technology.
New Ideas - Oracle gives lots of encouragement to employees across level for innovations and patents. If you are a person who wants to innovate you have the platform to do so without limitation...
Thursday Jan 16, 2014
By Adriana Noailles on Jan 16, 2014
My name is Arlene and I am a Business Relationship Consultant for HCM. I had always heard about Oracle and knew it would be a fantastic company to work for, but so far they have really exceeded my expectations. This was my first job for a huge organisation and the mix of nerves and excitement was bursting out of me. I couldn’t wait to get started.[Read More]
Wednesday Jan 15, 2014
By Nadiya on Jan 15, 2014
10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2….1! Happy New Year! As I counted down to the new year, many thoughts and images raced through my head – the absolute roller coaster ride that was 2013, the significant highs and the deepest lows, the fondest memories and those that I wanted to erase. Then as the new year drew closer and closer, much like everyone else I thought about my new years resolutions.
1. “I can accept failure, but I can’t accept not trying”. If you have an idea, a new approach, an innovation – do it, try it out. It is always better to have tried and failed, then to have not tried at all. You will never know if something will work, if it will be successful, or if it will ultimately change and shape the way you work until you have tried.
2. Finish everything that I start. Whether it be a book, self learning, picking up a new sport/hobby, any new project – to just stick with it, give it my all and see it through till the end.
3. Embrace change. In 2013, too many times have I found myself resistant to change. Always stuck in my comfort zones and not wanting to move at the worlds pace. The world is so dynamic, constantly changing – this change has to be embraced to break up routine, continue to challenge yourself and to continue to move forward.
4. Prioritise ‘me’ as number 1. Selfish as it may sound, you need to put your interests above anyone else’s. You need to let go of anything that may be holding you back, dragging you down and to ensure that whatever you do, you, yourself can gain from.
5. Positiveness. Always something that I have needed to work on – always seeing the glass as half full. I’ve trained myself to always see the negative so that if the outcome is not the desired outcome, at least you have set yourself up for disappointment and have managed expectations...[Read More]
Wednesday Jan 08, 2014
By Nadiya on Jan 08, 2014
You have the offer letter in your hand & one last semester to go between moving from Campus to Corporate. Few months of “Wait” for you to; open the door of your office. Apart from clearing exams, going for vacation, spending time with family & friends; what is your plan for this “Waiting Period”?
My dear friends, this phase from now until your joining date is not Waiting period; this is Gestation period, Development period or Constructive period. This is the time you develop yourself, prepare yourself for the professional world. This is the time you should work to sharpen your Sword (skills/ talents / knowledge) for the War (Competition / to deliver your best in Corporate world).
Don’t stress out. You don’t need to enroll for any courses or spend nights memorizing professional jargon's or crunch numbers from organizations balance sheet...[Read More]
Friday Jan 03, 2014
By Nadiya on Jan 03, 2014
Be Smart, be Oracle...[Read More]
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