If you're curious what makes SAS a great workplace, one answer always rises to the top - our people. It's no secret that the people who work here are some of the best and brightest - not to mention the most passionate, accountable, authentic and curious people you'll ever meet.
At SAS, we recognize and appreciate the valuable skills and experience that veterans, active military, and military families bring to our workforce. We honor the service and sacrifice of military families, and actively support our employees in their transition from the military to the civilian corporate work environment. Our own
A few weeks ago, our team moved into SAS’ newest building, Building A. It’s a beauty, featuring a world-class training center, a bakery, and over 1000 pieces of artwork. While the abundance of baked goods is hard to beat, I think my favorite part about the building is the view.
“The thing I absolutely love about food is it’s a common thread that connects us no matter what culture we come from.” – Poh Ling Yeow For over 20 years, our SAS International Connections Employee Inclusion Group (or as we like to call it - “SASIC”) has been celebrating the array
I recently took a SAS HireVue. What’s a HireVue you ask? Two words – virtual interview. It was my first experience with virtual interviewing, and I was nervous. Like, final exam-level nervous. Like many, I don’t enjoy seeing myself on video and mentally psyched myself out for what I anticipated to
Sometimes, during my day-to-day job, I get to experience some really fun and unique things. I’m thankful that these experiences, while work-related, sometimes spark deeper reflection about the world around me. Case in point: a few weeks ago, I zipped into a bee suit to tour and learn about SAS’
Today, we’re talking about the Match.com of the corporate world: LinkedIn. Love it or hate it, LinkedIn is essential for making professional connections and, ultimately, getting hired. According to a CareerBuilder survey, 70% of recruiters say they use social media channels to research candidates online. And what you have on
Oh, networking. The buzzword of Ted Talks, academia, and career resources everywhere; networking is often touted as the golden ticket to progressing your career. The importance of networking can’t be overstated, but let’s be honest: networking can be, well, awkward. If you’re someone who feels uncomfortable, unsure or just plain
They say time flies when you’re having fun, and my time as a SAS Intern (a whole 11 months!) has been no exception. My SAS experience has been full of meaningful work, relationship building, skill development and, let’s face it, a copious amount of M&M’s. I feel extremely lucky to
Some say building a network is a form of art. If that’s true, then Joshua Richardson is on his way to becoming a master! Joshua’s been with SAS since he graduated college in 2016. And he’s hit the ground running - already leveraging his growing network and relentless curiosity to
What’s the key to progressing your career? If you ask Manish Desai, a Sr. Director of Consulting, SAS Asia Pacific, based in India, it’s conquering the fear of failure and embracing opportunity – with a great mentor by your side. I sat down with Manish to hear more about his