Internal offer

Oracle / IT SLfR43
May 22 26 Comments

Currently with non-OCI team with no raise,no stock,no bonus in NH
Internal offer to OCI, with 10k raise with no stock. Location is open current or relocation to CA, or TX.
On H1 visa & requires new GC.
Should I take it or not?
If ok, current location or other location?
What r the pros/cons of relocating and new GC Process and H1 extension approvals etc.,

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  • Oracle / Eng such!slife
    No, not worth without pay raise. Why don't you get external offers?
    May 22 7
    • Oracle pzd
      Agreed. I have interviewed at many companies. Not a single one of them ever declined because of H1B.
      May 23
    • Oracle / IT SLfR43
      OP
      It's not about interview process, it's in the initial phase itself they either put message that 'No Visa Sponsorship available' or they don't respond further after they come to know that candidate requires H1 Visa sponsorship
      May 23
    • Salesforce PhQL74
      On my 4th job on an h1b in 7th year... started with 110$ base and am at 230$ base with tc of 350$... that h1 filter argument is bullshit
      May 31
    • Oracle / IT SLfR43
      OP
      Hey, I am definitely not holding h1 as excuse but I am not seeing such opportunities,may be it's just me due to location or job search methods etc.,
      May 31
    • Oracle oracle123
      Actually H1 is not locked down up on in bay area and Seattle but lot of other cities actually dont want to deal with having to go though government imposed regulations of posting position for so many days and having interviewed x number of candidates before moving forward with H1. I know this was the case for one of large employer I was with in midwest about 2 years ago. We had good referral for H1 candidate and HR would not allow it.
      Jun 1
  • Oracle raises.py
    What team are you moving from? I would recommend external offers. $10k more would make you miserable if you went to CA. Most companies would not hesitate to throw over $200k for 16 yoe.
    May 22 5
    • Oracle raises.py
      Also, OCI new hires would be getting over $250k
      May 22
    • Oracle pzd
      For 16 yoe, OCI new hires will probably be offered over 450k.
      May 23
    • Oracle raises.py
      I agree. $140k will sadly feel poor at HQ. New NH college hires are getting more than that at IC2.
      May 23
    • Oracle / IT SLfR43
      OP
      How about moving to TX or NC? Good for that money , but my concern is the job opportunities in TX or NC and H1B extension approvals from those states?
      May 23
    • Oracle aIzN17
      @raises.py what is a ballpark OCI new hire package
      Jun 2
  • Oracle pzd
    I wouldn't do it for a 10k raise, unless you are not happy in your current team. Oracle is actually underpaying you, hence the raise. Even in non-oci team the offer for someone with 16yoe (principal level) is way higher than 130k.
    May 23 3
    • Oracle / IT SLfR43
      OP
      Yes I know. This may be due to H1 treated as less paid slaves. I haven't heard any H1 within Oracle earns above 150k in non-OCI
      May 23
    • Oracle pzd
      I disagree. This is not due to h1. Oracle doesn't give much raise, so the longer you stay at the company, the further your pay goes below the new hires at the same level.
      May 23
    • Oracle / R&D
      stupidd

      Oracle R&D

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      Walmart
      stupiddmore
      Tons of non OCI h1 people here in bayarea make way more than 150k, including me. Granted, most of us joined the company fair recently, which is not surprising that staying in a company for a long term usually means underpaid in our industry. OP, if you are in a denial mode, guess we can not wake up a person who is pretending to be asleep. It's time to move on.
      May 31
  • Oracle strong20
    Depends what group you are in. If you aren't happy with the work you're doing or you're worried about layoffs then go for it. Ideally you would make an external move to get am actual pay raise, but if you're not willing to put in the time required to prep and interview for another job it's understandable.

    Also there are no oci teams in east coast that I know of, so are they letting you work remotely? I would be weary of non Seattle oci teams.
    May 22 4
    • Oracle / IT SLfR43
      OP
      Thanks for your inputs. What do u mean by weary?
      May 22
    • Oracle strong20
      *wary
      May 22
    • Oracle / Eng
      wCfJ36

      Oracle Eng

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      Microsoft
      wCfJ36more
      CA OCI is fine contrary to what above post says. Lot of new work in deeper data domains happening there. Seattle OCI is mostly control plane. I am from Seattle OCI.
      May 22
    • Oracle qAPP44
      So there were/are some OCI teams in the Manchester, NH office (Dyn acquisition). Mostly focused around DNS. Unclear as to what the future is for them though.
      May 22
  • Rally Health FuPayMe$$$
    What’s your current tc and yoe? Blind rules buddy.
    May 22 1
    • Oracle / IT SLfR43
      OP
      Sorry forgot to mention. 16YoE/130k
      May 22
  • Oracle JDhy72
    Wary. He means wary.
    May 22 0

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