Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?
compensation should be according to market value
Posted 7 days ago
Not on par with similar companies on compensation
SAP solutions are helping businesses significantly
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Intransparent career promotion. gaps between male vs female salary payment is still there. Gender equality is good at SAP but it could be better especially when it comes to is career opportunity and salary grade/increase.
Review from Operations Dept
Want a fair salary as a woman
Learn what the market is paying and try to match
I am paid less compared to outside market
Competitors are paying better for the same job/location
I feel undervalued as an intern with no benefits
Not on par with market standards
I came across many better offer from not so great company(brand)
Growth varies from team to team. At least in my team, the pay and growth is really unfair. Even if you perform really well you might not get a fair increment or career progression.
There is a great difference in compensation between On-campus and off-campus folks.
A lot can be improved and have more flexibility across different locations
Compensation below industry standards, could pay better
I am the victim of pay compression.
Getting paid fairly which is not the case now
Compensation is extremely low. Need to provide more stocksor cash
Review from Engineering Dept
Compensation and Bonus based on personal goals and company results
Review from Business Development Dept
Covid recruitment has greatly escalated the base offerings by competitors. SAP needs to match. Also, internal counteroffers are being extended to employees who put in their notice instead of proactively increasing the base salary of those who want to stay.
400 employees at SAP score their wages and compensation an A+ on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 71% say Yes. The Communications department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 98/100, a full 34 pts above the Design department. If you want detailed data about SAP's wages, see the <a href="https://www.comparably.com/companies/sap/salaries">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>