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Anonymous shared this review of SAP, Canada on Apr 12th, 2021
"SAP is a large organization so it really depends on the team you're on. At a corporate, leadership level, the messaging and intention to be a fair, sustainable place to work in, is there. The sales org is known to be tough in Canada, some managers are great at empowering their employees, others are working on it. Overall, it's a great company to work for, but I would research the team when you interview. "
Anonymous shared this review of SAP, United States on Nov 20th, 2020
"Strong, inclusive culture. Many more men than women, but they are working to improve this and hire and promote more women."
Anonymous shared this review of SAP, Australia on Nov 2nd, 2020
"It’s an IT company so unfortunately misogyny still exists, and it’s hard to be paid what you’re worth or advance to leadership if you’re outspoken about the inequalities. If you have the energy/wish to be political and resilient, you could do well here. "
Anonymous shared this review of SAP, United States on Oct 30th, 2020
"Surround yourself with other strong women that are newer to the company. Stay away from long tenured colleagues."
Anonymous shared this review of SAP, United States on Apr 24th, 2020
"Great company with an inclusive culture that rewards and recognizes talent regardless of age and gender"
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