Thread regarding Oracle Corp. layoffs

May 31 - Mandatory Return to Office

You heard it here first.

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Post ID: @OP+1gvxC7kt

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As per todays in the know email this statement was 100% fabricated lies from OP and there is no requirement to return to an office for the foreseeable future.

But we expected that because most the posts here are.

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Post ID: @dojd+1gvxC7kt
It will happen.
There are those out here that want good things for people and sick of hearing about people being abused. It’s past time for those that wrongfully took advantage of hard working people. No one is above the law.

I can help, definitely.

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Post ID: @9muk+1gvxC7kt

Could be some parts of Oracle may RTO before others. The information in this thread could be quite true.

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Post ID: @6cok+1gvxC7kt

There have been so many ridiculous posts lately. I’ve found, in the past, that when that happens someone is trying to bury some other post. Might be this one they are trying to bury?

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Post ID: @6wtu+1gvxC7kt

OCI mentioned there is no RTO plans in near future.. That defly means more than a month!

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Post ID: @5bqr+1gvxC7kt

Who are you kidding? Everything you said is as outdated as Oracles products and management style. Management principles have evolved as has Wall Street, making money to pay dividends comes from people/customers. Good product & support comes from highly motivated positive people/employees. Wall Street has evolved. Public opinion matters. Sales matter. Satisfied customers with product that they spent their money to purchase, matters.

When you abuse your greatest asset, employees...no wonder everything is messed up. Microsoft is doing a great job. Much has been learned from Japanese management.

Competition is a good thing and Public Opinion is huge business as is HR, and filing patents?? Fraudulent patents? The consequences
for that is huge to the filer, to the inventor, to the company, employees, shareholders?? Oracle will be remembered for these fraudulent patents. Unbelievable that this has happened and right now, we don't know how many times? How many people has this person, harmed? Let' not forget the people that he has shifted the blame.

Abusing employees is from the dark ages. You mentioned gaining control of people. That is not what happens today. Wake up. Where have you been for the last few decades? There are rules and laws that have to followed, What a mess this Product Development Leader has done to this company.

I am not an employee.

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Post ID: @4dou+1gvxC7kt

Who are you kidding?

Public companies exist to make money, and payout dividends to their shareholders. They are at the beck and call of Wall St, and long, long ago gave up their mission of community responsibility. In plain English, they no longer give a rip about anything that isn’t making money, improving profits etc. All the while paying measly raises, if any at all, and the execs are seriously overpaid.

The only ONLY reason they get retrospective is that something out of their control is affecting their reason for existence. That thing right now is this Vibe Shift for taking back control of your life, prompted by the pandemic.

Your employer is. Not. Your. Friend. Period. It’s a business transaction. You can be cordial, be friendly and have a great working relationship. Keep it in that box.

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Post ID: @4jsc+1gvxC7kt

It will happen.
There are those out here that want good things for people and sick of hearing about people being abused. It’s past time for those that wrongfully took advantage of hard working people. No one is above the law.

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Post ID: @4egk+1gvxC7kt

Oracle needs to wake up and cleanup the garbage before it is cleaned up for them. A publicly traded company has a different set of rules & guidelines. Todays Washington Post headlines is a good example of what can be done with what seems like is an impossibly. There is power in numbers.
Berkshire Hathaway investors are activity seeking change as should, Oracle.

Things are not the same as they were two years ago. People realize that there is power in numbers and Oracle needs to make drastic changes to increase stock price. Publicizing the removal of certain people can gain yardage for O.
O needs this help.

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Post ID: @3xpm+1gvxC7kt

This thread is all garbage. No one in the management will ever be held accountable for anything. Get out of Oracle! It is a huge dump. There are other places to work. Get out, get out, get out!

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Post ID: @2lzx+1gvxC7kt

Plans to be announced on May 31, or plans to actually be back in the office by May 31? Also, how do you know?

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Post ID: @2bec+1gvxC7kt

If they are d-mb enough to try and force people to come back in, Oracle will lose a lot of employees. They don't pay enough for that.

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Post ID: @1mco+1gvxC7kt
Management intimidation is unacceptable. That could change if one corrupt member of management is taken out of the building in handcuffs with news cameras filming. The others could cleanup their act.

Love this! I wish, I wish, I wish.

But no, it won’t happen. Alas

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Post ID: @mps+1gvxC7kt
The buzz is policy changes including moving from a size-8 to size-10 during 1-on-1s with your manager.

What does this even mean?

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Post ID: @oys+1gvxC7kt

none of this is going away.
it will be here forever. Life will change.
leadership will change.,
Inventor(s) will get justice.

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Post ID: @mqj+1gvxC7kt

Could happen... NOT!
Nope.
Just went back reread the posts. There is a lot of stuff here.
much to worry about.
With this attitude, maybe someone will list all the things that, aren't your fault
After all you were set-up? Deflection and distraction, no longer works.

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Post ID: @aka+1gvxC7kt

The buzz is policy changes including moving from a size-8 to size-10 during 1-on-1s with your manager. Don't worry about that if you are an individual contributor, however. You will learn to enjoy it. After all "change management" is always tough at first when the change is first being driven down to the rank and file from on high.

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Post ID: @kco+1gvxC7kt
Management intimidation is unacceptable. That could change if one corrupt member of management is taken out of the building in handcuffs with news cameras filming. The others could cleanup their act.

Could happen... NOT!

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Post ID: @lxj+1gvxC7kt

Management intimidation is unacceptable. That could change if one corrupt member of management is taken out of the building in handcuffs with news cameras filming. The others could cleanup their act.

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Post ID: @dkp+1gvxC7kt

They can't physically intimidate you if you are not in the office, and that is the only way Oracle management works.

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Post ID: @znw+1gvxC7kt

Definitely a leadership change coming soon.

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Post ID: @qpv+1gvxC7kt

Yea, great. Not!

An hour each way in heavy traffic, while the price of gas is through the roof.

Some vacation!

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Post ID: @xay+1gvxC7kt

Great. I work harder and longer at home. Looking forward to extended lunches with my friends. Catching up on all the gossip! Free Cokes. It will seam like a vacation!

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