SAP Employee Reviews about "benefit"
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- "Work life balance is good if you don't plan on moving up in the company" (in 2496 reviews)
- "Good Benefits and Health" (in 1929 reviews)
- "The people you work with are great and feels like a much smaller company on the day to day." (in 1160 reviews)
- "The culture is great and they provide you the correct tools to thrive in a growing environment." (in 1000 reviews)
- "Great company and colleagues during the time I worked there" (in 672 reviews)
- "Salaries are low across the board compared to similar positions both inside and outside of SAP Tempe." (in 822 reviews)
- "A bad manager will only think about his/her own promotion and not care about team." (in 317 reviews)
- "With such a large company, it can be hard to be heard, but upper management in my area has been doing their best to connect with employees." (in 71 reviews)
- "Such a large organization that exposure do different LOBs is difficult to navigate and communicate with." (in 56 reviews)
- "bad middle management" (in 53 reviews)
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- 5.0Jan 4, 2022Senior ConsultantCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsLisbon, Lisbon District
Network and Support; Challenges; Benefits; Work life balance depends on specific projects and periods throughout the year. SAP has also an incredible work environment, full of interesting challenges and projects across several industries and specific SAP products. People have the ability to shift within SAP Products from time to time. SAP has been always, by nature, a company that incentivized it's employees in continuous learning but there was often the question of time. I believe is now progressing to a more openness culture of providing such time as technology is shifting and people need continuous learning to be up to date with SAP tools and management is recognizing such effort demands.
Company is still shifting from OnPrem world to Cloud and therefore some areas are still walking this road, for example Product Management knowledge sharing and release management is difficult to access. Specific information not yet available but demanded by customers can take some time to be available. Seems that still there is few people managing each area and who can provide important insights to customers. This is one of the biggest handicaps at the moment in my opinion.
- 3.0Oct 17, 2022Partner Experience ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsGalway
Very Flexible job hours and schedule Predominantly working from home Good package of benefits In office Canteen
Very low salary in comparison to the benchmark Role/scope not well defined Very little possibility to grow in the role or within the team and get a promotion or recognition for seniority and experience
- 5.0Aug 12, 2021Senior Support EngineerCurrent EmployeeSão Leopoldo, Rio Grande do Sul
Best Software, best people, best culture. Perfect environment for working. Best Software, best people, best culture. Perfect environment for working.
Sometimes people come looking for SAP just for culture and benefits forgetting to focus on how great the products are.
- 4.0Mar 7, 2021Software DeveloperCurrent EmployeeBengaluru
1. Great work culture / work-life balance 2. SAP pampers with a lot of perks/ benefits 3. Plenty of growth opportunities in technical and non-technical areas
1. Salary structure is not very convenient 2. Salary hikes are very less for the last few years1
- 4.0Jan 5, 2022Account ExecutiveCurrent EmployeeLondon, England
Lots of resources to help you succeed and benefits to support you in your personal life
bureaucratic and processes can take a long time
- 4.0Sept 5, 2013Business DevelopmentCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearScottsdale, AZ
SAP has great benefits and is one of the highest paying companies I've worked for. The prestige of SAP makes it a great place to really launch your career to the next level.
If you are not connected to the right people, moving up the company is a challenge. Managers hire people they know, not necessarily the right person for the job.
- 5.0Sept 7, 2018Senior Product SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
SAP is one of the best companies I have worked with over my career. I actually left for another company and came back because I missed the pro-diversity and pro-collaboration corporate culture where everyone treats each other with respect. I had my first child last year and my management team has been nothing but empathetic and accommodating in providing me flexible work options. I am also very fortunate that my family and I enjoy the best benefits package we have ever seen. Aside from the fact that the company takes their employees' well-being so seriously, but they have an amazing suite of products. SAP really is going to go places. I am really proud to work for SAP and look forward to more of its success. Our CEO Bill McDermott is very personable. As an employee I appreciate that when he passes by he takes the time to say hello, shake hands and spend a few minutes. He takes employee feedback and comments in all hands meetings very seriously. He is a great leader and I wish him continued success.
SAP is a corporate entity like any other; therefore there will be pockets of misunderstandings between employees and their management on certain teams as in any other company. No company has perfect management across the board. But seriously this is truly a very solid and amazing company. No cons to share. I may be sounding very uppity and high on SAP but trust me, I left and saw the outside. I came running back.
- 1.0Aug 27, 2020Senior Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 3 years
I honestly can't think of any. All of the ones I can think of would be disguised insults.
Concur cares about you. They think. As long as you are exactly the same as everyone else at Concur. As long as you don't complain about anything that happens to you at Concur. As long as you keep your head down. As long as you don't ask for any assistance from outside your team. As long as you don't complain when your assignments are literally impossible without assistance that you can't get. (As long as you can prove that you were working very hard and producing a product, it doesn't matter that it does not and cannot work.) Concur seems to have a management training program which turns out people who exult in trying to make every employee like every other employee. Two employees have different strengths? NOT ON MY WATCH. We will not assign people to tasks that they excel at. And if we accidentally do, then we will make sure that, if your task is not high status, you will not get any promotions or significant pay increases, no matter how important that job is. Nothing gets done at Concur unless you know someone. Filing a ticket because you need a static IP address at your desk, so you can do tests? It won't be denied, it will simply languish for six months, until you contact this guy you know who tells you who would know who to talk to, and three hours later you've tracked down someone to take care of your problem, and an hour after that it's done. Woe betide the remote employee who doesn't start out with an automatic support network of the people in the offices near him. HR/benefits is never your friend. Example: you read the rules of how the 401k matching works (updated for this year!) on the company's benefits web site, and schedule your 401k contributions accordingly. Except the matches don't come in properly. So you file an HR ticket, which gets ignored. So you go and find the appropriate person via networking (see above) and say 'look this isn't working how your document says it should'. And they say 'wait where did you get that document' and you say '...the benefits web site?' And two hours later they write you an email saying 'thank you for pointing out that document, it was wrong and we have removed it and the right document is elsewhere and it says that you're going to lose out on several thousand dollars this year and that is not our problem.' And if you want your money, that you were entitled to according to their own document, you will have to sue them, because not giving you the money you were entitled to is a hill that they will die on. HR/benefits makes a LOT of mistakes. For example, issuing incorrect W2s, and then having to correct them, and issuing incorrect CORRECTIONS, and having to correct THOSE. And then next year issuing incorrect W2s AGAIN. Like 'accidentally' taking double the legal amount for HSAs out of your paycheck, and then telling you that they couldn't correct it themselves, and that you would have to do so (even though the HSA contractor they use says that it's their responsibility to correct it). And then in order to correct it making you sign a document that says 'the undersigned has been advised to discuss this with a CPA or a tax law expert' and then refusing to pay for you to discuss this with a CPA or a tax law expert. Even though they are the ones who created the problem in the first place. Like giving people the wrong cell phone reimbursement policy, and then after they've put in their expenses for the first two months, telling them that that was not the right policy and that it was their responsibility to know what the right policy was. Like their parent company (SAP) having an on-call-time pay policy, and Concur accidentally allowing on-call-time reimbursement for one person, but when the other people who are on call and want to be paid for it too ask for it, Concur discovering their 'error' and lecturing them on how all developers should be DevOps and should expect to be on call 24/7 as part of their job description. This despite mediocre pay and benefits, no stock options, and crappy bonuses. 'Look, if you have to work from 5 AM until 7 PM on January 1st, hung over, and you miss a party you were looking forward to for weeks, that is not our problem. Maybe you can ask your manager for a day off. But not two days off. That would be crazy.' The most astonishing thing about working at Concur is that there are still some good people there. I can't imagine how, though.2SAP Response4y
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- 4.0Jan 3, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsMontreal, QC
Great benefits such as holidays and health care spending account to top up medical/health related spending. Now additional credits for sporting activities. Pension contributions as well to encourage savings. Share purchase plan in place. Also annual bonus!! Flexibility in work hours allows for good work-life balance.
8 hour workday (40 hour workweek) is above normal 7.5.SAP Response7y
We're glad you're seeing so many great benefits - including the flexible work schedule to allow you an ideal work-life balance.
- 5.0Apr 8, 2019Event SpecialistCurrent Intern, more than 1 yearMontreal, QC
SAP invests a lot of resources in making sure that employees are happy and engaged. The benefits are excellent (including free lunch) and the internal events are fun. There is a true culture of trust and respect and managers are very approachable (with only a few exceptions).
It is a very large global organisation, so policies and procedures can be lengthy and frustrating at times.
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