SAP Wins Record Five Glassdoor Employee’s Choice Awards

In the 10th annual Glassdoor Employee’s Choice Awards, SAP has set a new record, receiving the maximum of five Glassdoor awards in major markets.

In the 10th annual Glassdoor Employee’s Choice Awards, honoring the ‘Best Places to Work’ in 2018, SAP has been chosen as the No. 1 Best Place to Work in Canada and ranked as a top employer in major markets Germany, U.S., France, and the UK.

SAP is one of only two employers to receive all five Glassdoor Best Places to Work awards. Per Glassdoor, no other employer has managed this before.

“Receiving the award in our key markets is a strong endorsement of our efforts to provide a consistent and meaningful employee experience across the globe,” says Stefan Ries, chief human resources officer and member of the Executive Board of SAP SE.

Unlike other workplace awards, there was no self-nomination process for Glassdoor awards. The award is entirely based on feedback from more than 6,600 employees, who voluntarily and anonymously shared a review of SAP on the Glassdoor website.

“What I love most about this achievement is that it relies solely on the input of employees, who have provided feedback on their job, work environment, and management,” said Barbara Althoff-Simon, global head of Talent Acquisition at SAP.

The award does not only create transparency about the work environment. Per Glassdoor data, more satisfied workers lead to better financial performance.

“This is a huge win for SAP,” said Matthew Jeffery, head of Global Employer Branding and Sourcing, SAP. “Glassdoor is crowdsourcing at its purest and best. Reviews left — good and bad — are real and authentic, and we are fortunate that our employees have made us the No. 1 company to work for in Canada, No. 2 in France, and No. 3 in Germany.  That’s an incredible achievement and underlines how far SAP has come and is now recognized as a truly great place to work.”

While Glassdoor only evaluates in the U.S., UK, Germany, Canada, and France, all regions have provided significant input Congratulations, SAP!

Employees who took the time to share their perspectives on what it’s like to work at SAP provide valuable feedback to the company. Writing a review on Glassdoor takes less than five minutes, and it gives you a platform for your voice to be heard. Your review will directly help SAP recruit new, outstanding talent. Simultaneously, it offers SAP ways to improve its recruiting solutions thanks to employee feedback based on interviews. You can post a review here (as well as see first-hand what employees are saying).

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