I most appreciate the work culture, colleagues, and the breadth of SAP's involvement within the tech industry. My responsibilities included, but were not limited to, authoring end-user documentation, maintaining application texts, and copyediting, all in accordance with SAP's style guide for technical communication.
I least liked the benefits relative to permanent employees. Oftentimes, user assistance is subordinate to other roles within the team, for example, software developers, quality engineers, project managers, product owners, and so on. There are very few people of colour occupying the executive roles in the company (unless they're white-passing). More awareness and support for non-binary gender identities is needed.
I have no negative feedback for my manager. He always treated me with respect and offered guidance and support even if I didn't need any.
Almost everyone is kind and happy to help. The workforce is ethnically diverse, and it's a pleasure and a privilege to collaborate with such diversity. The office environment is laid back, warm, inviting, but the lights are way too bright.
I was offered a full-time job, and I enthusiastically accepted.
Prepare yourself for two examinations that you will write during the interview process. One is based on your grammatical correctness, the other technical writing.