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Betting on Oracle HR

I woke up in the middle of my slumber and figured it out. I figured out your odds with Oracle HR.

Employee vs Management…you have absolutely no chance no matter what and the employee will always be wrong no matter what. Management could destroy your family and set your house on fire and HR would turn their head, protect mgmt and blame you for having matches in your house.

Employee vs Employee…HR will side with the person who is least culpable or who they have less of a chance of ending up in a courtroom with.

I’ve had interactions with other HR groups at companies. Oracle HR absolutely do not care one iota about the employees. They are the equivalent of the kids in class that tell on the kids when the teacher is out of the room.

I kind of get a kick out of them because at the end of their careers they will come away with no respect, no admiration, no tangible achievements, no memories, and only stories about how they protected people who inflicted pain on good people and sided with people who otherwise would do the same thing to them had they been in the roles of the victims. They in essence are those people who blame the victims of a se-ual as----t instead of seeing the wrongdoing of the offender. It’s such a sad state of affairs for Oracle HR. As a father of children, it scares me to think my kids will some day be under the watch of people like this. People who truly do not have your back and are actually there to stab you in it.

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Employee vs Management…you have absolutely no chance no matter what and the employee will always be wrong no matter what. Management could destroy your family and set your house on fire and HR would turn their head, protect mgmt and blame you for having matches in your house.

This is such a good example. LOL. HR is NOT there to help you.

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Post ID: @8ict+1dE1zPBH

Don't bother HR, they slipped on the bottle when they got up. Time for a vodka lunch. You know why they drink vodka, because wh----y smells and people know you are drunk. Vodka they just think your stupid.

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Post ID: @7wht+1dE1zPBH
You sound quite naive and I am curious as to why it took you so long to realize this. HR's primary purpose is to prevent employee lawsuits against the company. That's it.

This is it. All corporation HR departments are like this. All of them. They are not your friend, they are double agents ready to stick the kn--e in your back. Do not trust them.

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Post ID: @7osm+1dE1zPBH

This also can work to protect (or over-protect) employees as well. I had an issue during my employment at Oracle where we documented that an employee was making non-business long distance calls totaling 8+ hours/week on an ongoing basis. There were the obvious phone costs associated with this plus the productivity costs of this person spending a workday out of their 40-hout week in non-business calls. When we discussed terminating the employee with HR, they would not recommend it. When I asked what would then would be grounds for immediate termination, they would not provide any guidance.

Their job is to avoid lawsuits - period.

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Post ID: @1pfn+1dE1zPBH

I remember those 'business ethics' classes we all had to take. But I know that if I observed any wrongdoing that was actually in violation of laws I would not report it internally at all. I would call the appropriate law enforcement agency and let them deal with it.

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Post ID: @1mph+1dE1zPBH

I came in via an acquisition. We had one of those on-boarding welcome-to-Oracle sessions back in the day. It was clear on day-one that HR's primary job was to protect the company against employees and fight employee lawsuits. Where would I turn in a crisis? Certainly not HR.

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Post ID: @wjm+1dE1zPBH

You sound quite naive and I am curious as to why it took you so long to realize this. HR's primary purpose is to prevent employee lawsuits against the company. That's it.

At least you realize this now, however. Better late than never, though I always find it shocking how blind employees seem to be relative to these kinds of topics.

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Post ID: @geo+1dE1zPBH

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