They have a few medical benefit packages to choose from and have leave of absences for child adoption or mental health. They have optional benefits that include Identity theft and pet insurance.
Pros: Great benefits. Good work/life balance. Cons: Very little services for commuters.
Flexible working from home is awesome. Management has too many layers. Projects are shared by too many groups, hence, too many opinions. As a result, it is a challenge to produce a "perfect" product within release date.
Benefit package is very strong
Full health insurance, 401K matching, discount stock purchasing.
SAP's benefits package is overall very comprehensive. One of the best things about SAP's package is it's vacation policy.
The best is that all kinds of paid leaves and the leaders respects the member very much. The worst is that the frequency of business travel is too high.
All benefits are accessible through the employee portal, with guides and corresponding learning materials and contacts.
If you are a full-time SAP employee, you are eligible for a valuable benefits package, which includes medical, retirement planning, prescription drugs, dental, vision, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, wellness, work/life solutions, stock purchases, and other benefits.
Good health benefits, great stock ownership program matching, average 401k matching, other perks if you're in an office (I'm home-based).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.