Current and former employees report that SAP provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Pro: It covers almost anything needed. Con: being a private insurance you have to wait a lot for some services”
“Private pension fund contribution monthly”
“25 days per year that can be taken anytime”
Great benefits, covers everything. Cost is lower than many other companies this size.
SAP offers a great benefit package
Adequate pay, ample benefits, good!
Best mix of benefits I have seen with positions in the US. Very good work-life balance and mid- to long-term planning better than most short-sighted US companies.
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?
Recent joinee.. but still can't understand why SAP wants us to work on several projects at a time.. is it just to increase productivity or to gain money on us as much as possible.. due to this we are unable to concentrate on any project at a time. Planning to move out of SAP and will not return again.
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Extremely competitive package. 401k contributions and internal stock buy-in programs are very nice.
Good PTO and health insurance benefits.
Good to work life work balance
Maternity leave in America should be 6 months+.
SAP matches 4.5% if you contribute 6% or more.
On par with tech industry