SAP AG Plans 4% Average 2012 Pay Increase, Euro am Sonntag Says

SAP AG (SAP), the biggest maker of business-management software, plans an average pay increase this year of 4 percent for its 16,300 workers in Germany, Euro am Sonntag reported, citing an unnamed person with knowledge of the plans.

SAP raised wages by 3 percent on average last year, the newspaper said.

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