Choose your local and global benefits experience at SAP
SAP understands that great talent deserves great working conditions to thrive.
Relying on the engagement and the purposeful action of our diverse workforce, SAP works continuously to provide an outstanding employee experience. At SAP, we recognize that different people have different needs, and our benefits extend beyond healthcare coverage and retirement plans, with a variety of global and local options to help you juggle the demands of your career and life. Your particular benefits package is your choice and will depend on your position, location, and years with the company – and all packages come with plenty of flexibility for you and your family.
Current and former employees report that SAP provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Very comprehensive. No pre-certification needed for MRI”
“The matching is on par with companies in its category. This is a good thing.”
“Lot days of paid time off plus unlimited sick days.”
Strong benefits program including 401K match.
best benefits package all around.
SAP has one of the best benefits packages I have seen. Health, dental, vision, 401k, stock options, are all top notch.
12 weeks paid maternity leave + return to work part time 4 weeks paid at full in the US. Other benefits are good too!
Consulting Exit Opportunities
Currently an SC with one of the cloud products (i.e. Ariba, Concur). Do I: -Stay at the mothership and try to move up the ranks or pivot to Product? -Go to big4/A as an M in their SAP practice? -Go to a competitor startup that allegedly might disrupt the space?
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.
Still young in my SAP career and thinking long term what direction I’d like to go. What are everyone’s opinions on the three roles below in terms of earnings potential and career growth/opportunity: - Director/people manager type role - Architect - Product Owner/Manager Vague question I know but interested in some high level opinions.
For any newly transitioned vets or folks who know of veterans about to transition and looking for work- SAP NS2 (our national security arm) has a program called “Boots to Suits” where basically they train you for a couple months on a core SAP module, get you certified on that module, and help place you within a company. I didn’t personally go through it but have heard some really great things.
The stock match is outstanding.
Comprehensive benefits covering a wide variety of things
Health insurance very comprehensive. Benefits help make up for what might be slightly lower salary than other tech companies.
Health, dental and vision insurance offered, 401K offered, good leave policy
Overall great benefits package. would be great to include Student Loan Repayment benefit to help younger employees.
Good health, dental etc. Have programs to purchase stock. Overall very good