Always interacting weather learing new infor about the job or with staff
Incident Specialist (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 2 July 2017
a day to day operations would be to review and update tickets , answer calls from Branch staff / Vendor and assist in any way possible to correct issue at hand. Management was available either on site or through mobile , and online . Atmosphere at the work place was typical office environment. the best art of the job was daily interaction with staff.
Software Developer and Testing Intern (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – 25 June 2017
HP company has Excellent work environment and work culture. The best part of the job is the co-operative teams you work with. I had worked with HP for 1 year at Palo Alto office designing and developing software components for HP. It was great working with the team and had an excellent manager.
Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Pantnagar – 17 May 2017
Busy in Preparing Documnetation , Testing , Training Staffs on Shopfloor . learned a lot during my tenure on various manufacturing processes . Management was superb with lots of support . As such nothing was so hard but just to be in the manfacturing areas it wasnt so easy to manage . enjoyed a lot with different teams learning from them on their various processes and works .
Database Administrator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 10 May 2017
I would not recommend that anyone work for this company. They do not consider employee's input and do whatever they want. My position was off-shored without me ever being told about it until a week before they let me go.
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 April 2017
constant change was a challenge and always lots of uncertainty in the future of the company. Seemed like this was business as usual to the folks that were still there after many cost cutting initiatives.
CSM - (PPS) Western & Central Canada (Current Employee) – Calgary – 14 February 2017
I have worked for HP for the past 9 years and although I truly enjoy my role and working for the company, there does not seem to be advancement opportunities for me to possibly relocate or take on other roles.
Global Team Lead (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 20 January 2017
We were working with clients from around the world with alot of different technologies. I started off building Unix servers and then became a Global Team Lead working with employees from different countries. A lot of weekend work (Which is not bad, but not compensated properly) Most enjoyable part of the job working with different technologies and people.
Alot of Different Technologies, Big Company for advancement
Lead Senior Business Analyst -ITO Service Delivery (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 13 January 2017
A good company to work for. Just to invest on their employees by provide more training and courses. Also the company needs to provide opportunity for employees to grow so that they can make a difference.
Senior Infrastructure Program Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 December 2016
Workload is minimal. Office timings are great. Co-Workers are terrific. No reward for awesome performance and no penalty for non performance. Don't expect promotions. Salary increases (if any) are minimal.
A great company shrinking by selling off assets and offshoring most jobs.
Manager ITO Service Delivery (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 14 October 2016
It was a pretty good place to work, but in this economic climate or with the current Management is shrinking rapidly. Over 56,000 laid off while I was there and over 33,000 announced. The grass is not always greener, but all signs point to bad times ahead for people in higher cost areas such as North and South America, Europe, Australia and parts of Asia. If you are in India, Costa Rica or the Philippines you should be alright. Also, simple tasks take forever to accomplish now due to multiple layers of process and approval. The spectre of layoffs over the past 6 years have robbed excellent people of motivation and caring anymore. Most are just waiting for the package.
I don't know anymore
The spectre of layoffs over the past 6 years has killed motivation.