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SAP has a great work culture with lots of opportunity. Though with a 100k+ employee company you can feel like a number at times. Managers are great but should take more ownership on developing talent. Many people have left due lack of upward mobility.
Pay, benefits, flexible work schedule
For the most part I like it. It is hard and can get frustrating. I don’t like the interaction as a contractor. My manager doesn’t seem to know what’s going and it’s usually a brush off or “i don’t know” sorta thing. I don’t get PTO which sucks. I work the weekend shift so basically no saturdays or Sundays off gotta ask for permission. I also don’t get a lunch break on the weekend. And OT is a joke (I get it only if it’s over 30mins my end kid shift and I don’t get paid to put notes in). Whether I’ll be hired on or not is about as clear as bacon grease.
Strict schedule, no OT, no PTO, no lunches on weekend shift
When I worked at SAP, they implemented 360 reviews to assess their management and improve their culture, and that led to a lot of really great results. I miss working there!
Autonomy, high trust, flexibility, and creativity
as an enterprise, things can move slowly, but this always benefits the end goal.
El mejor trabajo hasta ahora, con desarrollo profesional, capacitación continua y excelentes prestaciones.
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SAP is the top business as a service, outcome-based, and customer-focused organization on the planet. I am grateful to be part of a team that drives for customer success every day.
Focus on customers, employees, and outcomes!
Work-life balance, back office work, and role definitions
Outstanding IT infrastructure including laptops, networks, conference rooms, and group wares.Strict forty work hours per week. (52 hours is standard in Korean law)Good at Work from home
Location in the middle of Seoul
SAP really cares about its employees. They had every opportunity to do layoffs during the pandemic and worked hard to find new homes for employees. They respect your time off and I've almost never been asked to work past 5:30 or on weekends in my time there. However, compensation is fairly low, management is constantly changing strategies, and opportunities for advancement are unclear. It's hard to know how to move up in the company.
Lots of learning resources if you seek them out, good job security
Unclear advancement, lack of support on improving yourself
I loved working for SAP Australia but there are a few 'bad apples' who appear to have significant influence over management because of length of service or recent results but these people are a toxic influence and destroy a good culture which most employees try to cultivate by talking about people behind their backs and undermining typically good people.Management seam scared or unable to control these people even although it is well known who they are.
Good salary, share scheme