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  • "Work life balance is good if you don't plan on moving up in the company(in 2463 reviews)
  • "Good Benefits and Health(in 1936 reviews)
  • "The people you work with are great and feels like a much smaller company on the day to day.(in 1149 reviews)
  • "The culture is great and they provide you the correct tools to thrive in a growing environment.(in 1000 reviews)
  • "Great company and colleagues during the time I worked there(in 663 reviews)
  • "Salaries are low across the board compared to similar positions both inside and outside of SAP Tempe.(in 814 reviews)
  • "poor management and also doesnt let out tips to be visible(in 382 reviews)
  • "A bad manager will only think about his/her own promotion and not care about team.(in 316 reviews)
  • "With such a large company, it can be hard to be heard, but upper management in my area has been doing their best to connect with employees.(in 70 reviews)
  • "Such a large organization that exposure do different LOBs is difficult to navigate and communicate with.(in 56 reviews)
    1. 5.0
      29 Dec 2021
      Current Employee
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Because it allows every department to communicate with each other easily.


      high cost of buying and executing this program.

      1. 2.0
        14 Sept 2023
        Vice President Sales
        Former Employee, more than 1 year
        Palo Alto, CA
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        A lot of good people Lots of product to sell Benefits are top notch Good cultures in pockets of company


        Weak sales culture. A lot of back stabbing people who can’t be trusted. There are a lot of older men who need to retire from SAP sales. There are a lot of employees who are sick or die, from either cancer or stress leave. Lots of drama. Unprofessional behavior from sales leadership. The systems are extremely difficult to work with, mostly excel. Contracts and Deal Desk are outsourced to South America and Europe, which causes unnecessary stress and long hours for the US sales team. Check the Bloomberg articles about two Sales women at SAP reported being raped. And Senior woman were bullied out of their roles.

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      I had an interview late August, sent a thank you the same day, followed up when they said they would get back to me, and then again a week later and I got no response. I gave up and they just sent me an email saying the position was on hold and they hoped to have an update at the end of the week. I'd still like to see what they might offer me so what could I say in response?



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