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25 May 2020

Pros

little fun job and workmates,great food

Cons

Stiff corporate culture,Too much overtime

Stiff corporate culture,Too much overtime

25 May 2020

Reviewed by: Staff Software Engineer in China (Former Employee)

22 August 2018

Pros

-They allowed me to work from home full time when we relocated for my spouse's job -Work life balance -Great vacation days (you start out with 15 + 5 personal days, so essentially 20 right off the bat) -Great pay, and in my position I essentially have unlimited overtime opportunities to make more money when needed -Great overall benefits (tuition reimbursement, 12 weeks paid maternity leave + 4 weeks of part time transition back to work at full time pay, medical benefits are good)

Cons

Very difficult to break in at the entry level. They pretty much only hire existing interns into entry level positions, so if you're looking to get into the company right after college or in your early career, the internship is the real entry-level position.

Great pay, and in my position I essentially have unlimited overtime opportunities to make more money when needed

22 August 2018

Reviewed by: Procurement Associate in Newtown Square, PA (Current Employee)

15 August 2019

Pros

No overtime. Halo effect by being employed there.

Cons

Very poor management overall. Pittsburgh management was asking employees to lie to potential clients by their work experience. No on boarding of new hires so they can exhibit SAP methodologies. Training is very poor. It's e-learning (on your own tim. e), which is a joke. We were required to make up extra work when taking full time training courses. We had a manager from India, who had zero talent espousing SAP's culture and values. Employees at Big 4 consulting companies train their employees better.

Advice to Management

Get new management. The ones you are importing are horrible.

No overtime.

15 August 2019

Reviewed by: Consultant in Pittsburgh, PA (Former Employee)

31 August 2020

Pros

- Flexible working conditions. - No overtime. - There is always to learn something new.

Cons

I can't think of anything negative right now.

No overtime.

31 August 2020

Reviewed by: Product Support Engineer in Budapest (Current Employee)

14 August 2020

Pros

-High Salary! -Uses cutting edge technologies -Interesting complex projects (very good learning opportunity) -Enjoyable work environment -Ongoing career advancement (employees keep getting promoted and become critical team players over time) -Flexible work hours -Flexible work from home -Excellent Benefits -Equal opportunity employment (selection of new hires is based only on skills and qualifications, regardless of gender, race, nationality, colour, religion...) -Managers are approachable and employee's concerns are heard and addressed as much as possible

Cons

-Employees are expected to stay overtime when they are late in the project to get the work done on time

Advice to Management

-SAP should go to tech fairs (especially school's tech fairs) to attract the best candidates

Employees are expected to stay overtime when they are late in the project to get the work done on time

14 August 2020

Reviewed by: Software Developer in Montreal, QC (Current Employee)

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