Things are looking quite bleak. Too bad you laid off the best and brilliant for short term gains. They may have saved you. It’s all over now.
9 replies (most recent on top)
Who got laid off, the people creating PDF documents, marketers or programmers and system builders? My guess would be the system builders or old abap guru's, making way for the cloud people.
I thought Jenn is gonna be the "main" CEO and Klein a "secondary" one. So much for diversity
92 USD share price.
Maybe SAP employees should spend less time on here and and focus more on their work.
I see more responses from SAP staff than I do from the people laid off. How much time did you spend replying to this? Reading this?
Do your job! The fact that you spend even 1 min to reply on a site like this proves their point.
@4axl+13Ws4HOX What in the world are you talking about? "Coronavirus is just nature’s way of reminding SAP you can’t beat the laws of nature." So... you irresponsibly take a global natural disaster and somehow twist it to judge the decisions made by leadership of a single corporate entity, stating that their competitors are "a better path to prosperity" without providing any analysis as to why they are a better path to prosperity or any overview of the business decisions taken by those competitors over the last 12 to 18 months. Your combining of this global medical emergency with some ill-structured criticism of SAP is, to be candid, just disgusting. You are, at best, a horrible person. Here's an idea. Instead of doing what you're doing, sober up, take stock of your life, and figure out how you can best aid your community during these difficult times. You're an id–t, and perhaps irredeemable. But it doesn't mean you shouldn't, at the very least, try to make yourself useless. And if you can't be bothered with that, then I'd recommend you begin practicing Dual Social Distancing : Physical and Virtual...
It’s Darwin at its best. the person who said “bet you wish you had a German employment contract” says it all. weak managers, poor productivity, because they can’t get rid of the weak due to antiquated German labor laws. So they Fire the strong to keep the weak. It does not work. Never has. The strong will thrive and eat SAP. The Coronavirus is just nature’s way of reminding SAP you can’t beat the laws of nature. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news SAP but competition is still the best path to prosperity.
"Things are looking quite bleak." Explain. Provide examples.
It's coming and people are anxious
this is gonna get ugly