Current and former employees report that SAP Concur provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“SAP policies are very good”
“Start out with a good amount of PTO to utilize ”
“Very flexible PAT leave for us”
With big company backing of SAP, benefits are top notch
Use benefits for kids and I which works great for us
Unlimited Sick leave and Flex to work
Great range of benefits - new focus on mental health
Hey guys, I'm an Industry Advisor (basically the same as the Value Advisor / formerly Value Engineering role) at SAP and come from a non-tech background (management consulting). Anyone else here with a MC background? I fell into this position a little while ago and have mostly enjoyed it, curious to see what other non-technical folks think of it.
I’m a field consultant at SAP, delivering and implementing post sales. I have had amazing relationships and connections with all my clients so far. I want to get involved in sales and start selling, in addition to just delivering. Any tips on how to get started?
I want to work in due diligence. I come from an SAP background and want to take a lesser level than my current SAP position to make the pivot. There is nothing left for me to learn at SAP. Is there anyone that would be open to discussions more about the role and responsibilities? Deloitte EY-Parthenon Accenture KPMG EY PwC
SAP Stocks 4% and 4.5% 401K
The SAP benefits are great. Tons of options to choose from
Maternity leave in sales in the US is a challenge
SAP Concur takes care of their employees - through PTO, paid holidays, and a pledge to flex (Work from home) during and after the pandemic. There are plenty of opportunities to take advantage of (401k matching, health insurance, and even 1 volunteer day per quarter). SAP Concur also recently gave employees a Mental Health Day off this year, which is much appreciated in this day and age. Overall, I am grateful for the benefits that they provide.
401k and stock purchase plan
Could you better PTO allowance.