Initiative addresses psychological toll from the pandemic
With stress levels mounting and depression on the rise, SAP is giving all employees globally an extra day off to focus on their mental health and well-being. Watch the video to hear why this is a "win-win" for employees and SAP as a company.
Our commitment to mental health and well-being in the workplace
As we all grapple with a global pandemic, social unrest, economic uncertainty, and environmental disasters, stress levels have skyrocketed. Lost productivity due to the surge in mental health disorders is estimated to cost companies a trillion dollars a year. SAP is committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and eliminating the stigma around mental health disorders in the workplace.
You are not alone.
SAP is committed to fostering a culture of belonging and destigmatizing mental health disorders in the workplace. Whether you’re struggling with loneliness, balancing a job while homeschooling your children, or grappling with the emotional distress of current social justice issues, we are all coping with various challenges. Let’s come together and support each other.
Are you ok? It’s ok to not be ok.
Let´s talk about what mental health means and why care. SAP cares about the mental health and well-being of its people, and we care about healthy and happy workplace cultures everywhere. We offer a variety of programs and resources to help our employees through challenging times.
SAP joined the third annual #BeKind21 campaign, hosted by SAP Purpose Network partner, Born This Way Foundation, which encourages participants to make kindness a habit, commit to compassion, and foster genuine connection.
In this THRIVE XM Index research report published by THRIVE Global in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors and Qualtrics, learn how companies that put employee experience and well-being first show business resilience and strong performance.
SAP and Wharton Business School: Mental health in the workplace
Dr. Stewart Friedman from Wharton Business School and Vivek Bapat address the importance of focusing on mental health in the workplace.
SAP and Born This Way Foundation: Creating a kinder and braver world
Cynthia Germanotta and Maya Enista-Smith from Born this Way Foundation engage in an intimate conversation with Vivek Bapat on eliminating the stigma around mental health.
Leading Workforce Happiness panel discussion at SAPPHIRE 2019
Learn from a distinguished panel of experts as they discuss how to create a culture that rewards and recognizes a person’s “best self” in a world where 90% of workers are affected by mental health challenges but only 1% disclose these issues.
Delivering meaningful impact with our SAP Purpose Network of customers and partners
Algoritmo da Vida
SAP and Amazon Web Services are collaboratively addressing mental health by identifying “the invisible signs of depression” through an innovative, technological tool, known as the “Algorithm of Life.”
SAP Brazil and Amazon Web Services join Africa agency to improve the “Algorithm of Life”
SAP Brazil and Amazon Web Services came together to scale a tool developed for suicide prevention, the “Algorithm of Life,” which analyzes public posts and identifies language that potentially signals depression.
Mental health is gaining increasing attention as suicide now ranks as the second leading cause of death in teens and young adults. In response to this, SAP customer, HarrisLogic developed an innovative approach to addressing mental health based on technology to increase the adoption of evidence-based care and deliver data-driven crisis responses.