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26 June 2020

Pros

- Great company culture - Excellent benefits - Very collaborative, nice, diverse colleagues - Great HR department in Germany doing a lot for the employees - SAP really cares about people, no continuous layoffs I experienced in US companies - Work from everywhere possible - Ability to manage work-life balance and to have time for the family

Cons

- Integrate acquisitions way faster and not let them pursue their own agenda - A lot of changes recently incl. many re-orgs what put's pressure on the employees makes it hard to keep their focus on the core priorities

SAP really cares about people, no continuous layoffs I experienced in US companies

26 June 2020

Reviewed by: Vice President in Munich, Bavaria (Current Employee)

9 June 2020

Pros

- Fair wage - Nice benefits - Nice building - Picks me up at home with SAP Bus - Allows home office - I can have a long career with a solid plan to be growing - Solid company where you can have an stable job without worry being fired out of nowhere

Cons

- Hard to change mindset when things clearly does not work - Bureaucracy for some things that should be simple

Advice to Management

Diversity should not only be related to sexual orientation, but also to be open minded to accept new ideas, new ways of work, to accept opinions from people that had lessons from other companies that could be applied to SAP, accept other people's work culture (or even any other culture). Team in São Leopoldo is pretty uniform to be called a place that embraces the difference.

Solid company where you can have an stable job without worry being fired out of nowhere

9 June 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Software Engineer in São Leopoldo, Rio Grande do Sul (Current Employee)

14 June 2019

Pros

- Free Food - Free Transport - Car lease policy - Work Pressure 'can' be avoided - Good Campus - Good job security - Good amount of Leaves get approved - Great team outings

Cons

- Average Employees - Management into politics - Employee lack vision - Talent Recognition is very bad - India location treated as low cost resource center and are deprived of real r&d - Ideas always flow top-down in employee hierarchy. Ideas from bottom do not ever grow big - Open source technologies are wrapped into in house technologies - Growth of skill in technology is bad - SAP is closed world, exploring the IT market might be difficult after working here - Word "Sir" is very often used here to get along with employees in higher level, this sounds awful and is not recommended in corporate culture - Words Speak More than Work here

Advice to Management

- Get of out Politics - Recognize talent better - Weigh work more than words - Retain employee with opportunities and Salary hikes - Take ideas from people below - Admit your faults

Good job security

14 June 2019

Reviewed by: Developer in Bangalore (Current Employee)

19 August 2020

Pros

Facilities and policies on par with Google / Facebook. Very much employee friendly organization Good job security

Cons

You might feel little bored if you are in a team with less work. Company makes you feel very much comfortable, unless you challenge yourself and have enthusiasm to learn, you might become lazy in terms of learning.

Advice to Management

Policies can be extended to help customers with work station setup at home. Legal and other support can be extended to employees like other MNCs . Intel has such policies.

Good job security

19 August 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Bangalore (Current Employee)

19 December 2020

Pros

No layoffs planned Collaborative culture Job security

Cons

No clear roles and responsibilities. Everyone trying to do everyone else's job. Starts at board level - zero alignment. Result is no work life balance since everyone spending so much time communicating to figure out what's going on.

Advice to Management

Board needs to immediately determine priorities, and high level process for orgs to work together and get things done. Stop piloting and just do it. Stop pretending we can do way more with way less while the plane is being overhauled mid-flight.

No layoffs planned

19 December 2020

Reviewed by: Vice President Marketing in United States (Current Employee)

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