SAP Working Student (f/m): HR German Labor Relations (GLR) Job in Walldorf/St. Leon-Rot, Germany

Requisition ID: 123461

Work Area: Human Resources

Location: Walldorf/St. Leon-Rot

Expected Travel: 0%

Career Status: Student

Employment Type: Limited Part Time

Additional Information : Preferred start date as soon as possible for a duration of 6 months

Contact Data : Ms. Bachmann (Recruiting Hotline: 49 6227 748599)


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At SAP, we believe in the power of collaboration and empower our employees to perform at their best in an environment that encourages free and open expression of ideas. You’ll work alongside creative thinkers who share your interests, while turning big ideas into reality for our customers. With innovative job training, mentors to help you grow, and the flexibility to balance your work and personal life, you’ll be able to get more out of your career. It’s no wonder that some of the sharpest minds from around the world are working for a company that is consistently recognized as a global top employer.

Now it’s your turn to take the next step and help make the world Run Simple.


As a working student (f/m), you will join the German Labor Relations Team within HR Germany. In our work, we oversee the processes with regards to the Works Council in Germany and support the business at SAP.


  • As a student you will support our team by overseeing the administrative field of our daily work.

  • This includes the care of Works Council documents, where you are responsible and the first contact for the internal database, deliver regular reports and establish information to our HR and legal team, when needed.

  • Additionally, you are responsible for the overall process of the Works Council Agreements. It involves the consultation of our labor law counsels and other business entities, circulating them to the Works Council and uploading them on the SAP portal pages.

  • As a plus, we also manage several projects regarding our processes, including our templates and communication within our community. This means that you independently review ideas, seek feedback and establish the needed set-up.


  • Student (f/m) with affinity to HR or labor relations topics is a plus but not necessary:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)

  • Fluent in English and German, both written and spoken

  • Ability to effectively work on your own initiative, commitment and enjoy working independently

  • Ability to work on multiple and complex tasks

  • Strong analytical skills, proactivity and result-orientation

  • Good communication skills (ability to interact with employees of all levels)

  • Pragmatic approach to problem-solving and team-oriented

Your set of application documents should contain a cover letter, a resume in table form, school leaving certificates, current university transcript of records, copies of any academic degrees already earned, and if available, references from former employers (including internships). Please remember to describe your skills in foreign languages and computer programs / programming languages.


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