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SAP Announces Flexible Work Model for Its Employees

SAP Announces Flexible Work Model for Its Employees

SAP has announced that it will be adopting a 100% flexible and trust-based workplace as the norm. The company has taken the step after an employee survey where 80%+ said that they want a mix of working from home or remote with some time in the office.

“Today, SAP is building on our proven ways of remote work that our​ ​employees have enjoyed across the world for decades into a new global framework that is entirely flexible and trust based. We continue to believe in​ ​a workplace based on​ ​trust and empowerment​ ​because employees are​ ​at the heart of what we do,” said SAP in its press statement.

The company is calling this move “Our pledge to flex.” To make this happen, the company is going to use its SAP SucessFactorssoftware that provides an end-to-end human experience management (HXM) solution from employees’ onboarding throughout their career development – improving engagement, growth, and retention wherever they work. SAP is also working on integrating Microsoft Teams across its portfolio, which will allow it a broader choice of access tools.

Through the new work model by SAP, its employees will be in an inclusive environment in which people can work from home, at the office, or remotely, so everyone is​ ​empowered to run at their personal best, driving success for SAP’s customers.

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