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Morale at SAP

Morale at SAP can be high or low depending on career advancement opportunities, job security, employee empowerment and many other facets. The overall morale at SAP flourishes when individual employees receive well deserved recognition; and when asked if they do, 58% of SAP employees said ‘Yes’. On the other hand, morale at SAP can be gravely affected by a sense of security and the office vibe; many SAP employees describe their environment as positive, and feel secure enough about their job. Overall SAP's employees rate their happiness an A+ which can also give some insight into morale at SAP.

Are you typically recognized for the impact and accomplishments you make for your current company?
Very Secure
27%
Secure Enough
49%
Neutral
9%
Insecure
12%
Very Insecure
3%
How secure do you feel your job is at your company?
Positive
92%
Negative
8%
Is your work environment positive or negative?

How Well Does SAP Perform at Boosting Morale?

Here are some ways SAP boosts their employee morale: Let your employees know you care about them and their growth: 84% of employees say their manager seems to care about them and 59% receive frequent feedback. Hire people who’ll work well together: 91% of SAP employees look forward to interacting with their coworkers and they consider fun to be important to SAP's success. Cultivate a culture and environment that’ll boost their morale: 35% think the office vibe is engaging and 84% are excited to go to work every day.

Does your manager seem to care about you as a person?
Do you look forward to interacting with your coworkers?
Are you typically excited about going to work each day?
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  • If you could make changes, how would you improve the culture at SAP?
    The biggest issue I see is the flip side of being super-collaborative is that decision-making can be more complex than it should be or needs to be. E.g., if you feel like you need every stakeholder's sign-off on everything, you're going to slow down the process for getting projects started. Not sure this is any better any any large business, but we could do better here, esp. considering how entrepreneurial the environment is otherwise.
    Answered 3 years ago
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