SAP Employee Reviews about "colleague"
89% would recommend to a friend
(1276 total reviews)
92% approve of CEO
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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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- 5.0Apr 7, 2022Senior Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsBengaluru
Innovative culture Various benefits to employees Campus Supportive leaders
Correction/revise to pay range according to market value should be done frequently to retain skilled and experienced colleagues
- 5.0Aug 3, 2020Solution EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSalt Lake City, UT
The work you do makes you feel like you're making a difference in the world Colleagues are incredible and always willing to help you to learn something new or resolve issues Amazing benefits and pay
Can't think of any cons!
- 5.0Sept 13, 2021Recruitment Operations SpecialistFormer Contractor, more than 1 year
Being an employee in SAP was a great experience. I had learned a lot from the first day until the last. The office in Manila is good and my colleagues are open and a delight to be with. They value work-life balance.
They prevent from having over time.
- 5.0Mar 27, 2020Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
Great work-life balance and compensation is above the required effort
Only a handful of capable colleagues and there's a ton of politics that needs to be dealt with.
- 5.0Aug 29, 2017Software DeveloperCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsMontreal, QC
- Being able to be who you really are at work, due to the open diversity and culture. - Management believes we should be transparent both ways. - Fantastic Benefits besides health and dental insurance compared with other IT companies. (i.e. transit passes paid by SAP, Personal Spending Account, etc) - Company and management that supports your future career development, even if you plan to move or transition to a different department at SAP. - Being able to take online and classroom courses paid by SAP to keep your knowledge up to date. - Helpful and friendly colleagues since we believe in working as one SAP team and not in Silos.
None that I could think of.
- 3.0Jan 31, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 10 years
great work life balance. projects are well under control. relax with plenty of time to balance your family life. colleagues are helpful and ready for discussions with work and also issues you faced outside of work.
none here, as the benefits are generous and works are well within controls.
- 5.0Jul 11, 2014Working StudentCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearWalldorf, Baden-Wurttemberg
My colleagues were nice and helpful and provided me with interesting tasks and also gave me space to be creative.
Monthly or sometimes weekly reporting was cumbersome.
- 1.0Sept 14, 2020Software DeveloperFormer Employee, less than 1 yearTimişoara
I have no pros for this company
My interview was on programming with development team which i passed but after i had an interview with manager which was like a 'psychological test' where he decided i should go to the maintenance team instead just because 'i'm good at speaking' and i had no choice even i was there for the development team. The salary was very small for students and to receive the position takes just very long like 2 years My mentor was very rude and unfriendly and did not communicate with others about the learning plan which he established and I was held accountable for it Many students were excluded one by one (in time i was working there) for reasons like: 'you're not communicative enough' or ' you don't have a very good relationship with your mentor' , 'you're stubborn' etc. The newcomers had to learn theoretical things and we were listened to every day like at school if we learned them and we had to make presentations every week where a lot of pressure was put, they asked us practical questions (although we didn't do those things practically) and they were never satisfied( especially the manager). The most of the colleagues were unfriendly and did not have the curiosity to meet the new ones. A lot of stress and pressure for little money2
- 1.0Feb 20, 2016Senior SAP ConsultantCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsToronto, ON
Pay check arrives on time
Complicated office procedures that drag down productivity Constant overtime and expect you to work around the clock to deal with incompetent colleagues from China Unfair and noncompetitive compensation plan No career growth; zero identity Highly political at the management level8
- 5.0Sept 29, 2020Senior ConsultantCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsLondon, England
- Flexible working, with a high level of trust from day one - Genuine and compassionate management - Amazing pay and other non-tangible perks. Good progression considering the size - You spend everyday working with some of the most polite and intelligent colleagues there are out there!!!
- Some days are longer than others - The product portfolio is unnecessarily complex at times - The ‘old guard’ processes can cause unnecessary headaches
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