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15 days ago

HR Total Rewards Senior Consultant (M/F)

SAP Paris

SAP is the global market leader for business software and thus contributes a considerable part of the world's economic power grid. At SAP you get… Adzuna France


15 days ago

HR Total Rewards Consultant (M/F)

SAP Paris

in close collaboration with the Total Rewards Senior Consultant support for… Adzuna France


2 days ago

Global Account Director (M/F) – new

SAP Paris

SAP is the global market leader for business software and thus contributes a considerable part of the world's economic power grid. At SAP you get… Adzuna France


1 day ago

Financial Services Sales Director – new

SAP Ontario, California

SAP is the global market leader for business software and thus contributes a considerable part of the world's economic power grid. At SAP you get… Glassdoor


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    In an interesting industry, most co-workers have checked out

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Palo Alto, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Palo Alto, CA

    I have been working at SAP as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    -People want to meet you and connect you with others
    -Great pay, great food
    -Interesting experience working for large, multicultural business
    -Industry's fascinating, esp. when meeting with startups

    Cons

    -Office politics
    -Bosses advance their buddies
    -Nobody has real mission

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -When starting projects, make sure there's substance. That it's not just froth. Don't just make another department that's going to just sell HANA. Make something meaningful or else it would be a huge suck of talent, resources, time.
    -Stop advancing your buddies. Only hire talented people and that would solve about 50% of all office politics.

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