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3.3 / Redwood City, CA

“Great Company, but very large!”  See all Reviews

Oracle is a great company to work for. I always felt a lot of pride to be working for such a known and respected company. Through acquisitions…  See all Reviews

3.2 / San Francisco, CA

“Fun place to work”  See all Reviews

Creative work environment; great coworkers  See all Reviews

3.7 / Oakland, CA

“Finance/Accounting Project Manager”  See all Reviews

great benefits, pension plan, 401b company match, great friendly people. people who work here tend to stay a long time.  See all Reviews

3.8 / San Francisco, CA

“Experience has been great. Fun place to work with amazing people.”  See all Reviews

Innovative and great culture fun place to work. Great teams and high collaboration.  See all Reviews

4.0 / South San Francisco, CA

“Smart people, great mission”  See all Reviews

Smart, engaged colleagues who want to do right by patients with significant unmet medical needs. True sense of collaboration, great campus  See all Reviews

3.9 / Berkeley, CA

“Octopus Research”  See all Reviews

Berkeley has some of the best resources for doing research and the professors are world renowned. I worked in the Caldwell Lab as an undergrad…  See all Reviews

4.4 / Menlo Park, CA

“Simply amazing”  See all Reviews

Every morning when I go in, I feel like the luckiest guy on earth for ever landing a job here. Projects: Every team is understaffed, so there is a…  See all Reviews

3.0 / San Francisco, CA

“Good company undergoing transitions.”  See all Reviews

Great industry, rapidly changing technology and competitive landscape. Some big moves in innovation and mobile likely to play out over next few years.  See all Reviews

3.6 / San Francisco, CA

“Executive Assistant”  See all Reviews

Great place to work!  See all Reviews

3.6 / San Francisco, CA

“Electrical Worker”  See all Reviews

Decent Benefits Compared to Most Companies; Newly Hired Less Benefits Than Older Employees  See all Reviews