At SAP, Ann recognizes a company culture that aligns with her values. Recalling her childhood summers in Germany, watching two sides divided by a wall, she says, “SAP is an organization that brings people and topics together, builds bridges, takes down walls and focuses on making a difference.” Bring Everything You Are. Become Everything You Want. #lifeatsap. Read more about Ann: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ3ZY
At SAP, Ann Miller-Rauch recognizes a company culture that aligns with her values. Recalling her childhood summers in Germany, watching two sides divided by a wall, she says, “SAP is an organization that brings people and topics together, builds bridges, takes down walls and focuses on making a difference.” Read more about Ann here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ3ZF Bring Everything You Are. Become Everything You Want. #lifeatSAP
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From our annual volunteer events, to individual hands-on help or business coaching and support, SAP employees contribute their time and talents in a variety of ways to support social organizations in their communities and globally.
We support the accelerated growth of social enterprises that approach the world’s most pressing societal challenges with innovative business models. We offer pro bono volunteering programs, enterprise technology solutions, and financial support for social and entrepreneurial enterprises in mature and emerging markets.
As SAP, we know that the fundamental means for people to fulfill their potential is through education. That’s why we proudly support innovative educational initiatives that help young people pursue science, IT or entrepreneurial careers, even providing free education and employment opportunities in developing regions such as Africa and Brazil.
Additionally, every October, SAP embarks on its signature corporate volunteer initiative – Month of Service – where you’ll have the chance to use your personal and professional skills for your community’s needs.
I have been working at SAP full-time (More than 3 years)
A community of like-minded talented people who bring their best-selves to work everyday with a daily mission to be better than we were yesterday. Always being made to feel valued, heard and part of something exciting! I'm definitely a lifer!
It's hard to think of any - the fact that I've gained a few stone since starting probably is the main one; lot's of socialising, lunch and learns and cakes generally being floated about has had a detrimental impact on my waistline!
In all seriousness we work very hard, but play harder - working for SAP isn't a role you should enter into if you aren't an all or nothing person. It's not easy but it's worth it!!!
Advice to Management
Keep listening to employee engagement/feedback surveys - these are highlighting things we can do better and always positive to see changes being made as a result.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at SAP in April 2015.
Applied through a recruiter. Interview was easy they asked me standard interview stuff then gave me a problem to solve.
The feedback I got was that I had great problem solving but not enough experience. I don't understand how that wasn't clear before interview stage, and it wasn't really discussed in the interview