Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee), toronto, on – May 4, 2012
Interesting and exciting technology company with great potential; I loved working there. The management teams run around with there heads cut off constantly changing company direction and confusing consultants and clients.
Project Manager (Current Employee), Winnipeg, MB – March 16, 2012
Provides a wide varity of assignement to allow the best fit for individuals allowing them to grow within their choosen career. Training is made available in various formats from class room to self study. Salary is competative with in the market
Boulder, Co (Former Employee), Tier 3 Support Engineer – November 9, 2011
I worked at a location which was originally a smaller company that got acquired: several years of growing pains and brutal attempts to mold the smaller org into the image of the giant HP had the predictable results ( service and morale suffered, lots of good people left and the job became more about being part of HP than supporting a great product)
(CSR)/Help Desk Support (Current Employee), Tallahassee, FL – August 20, 2014
Pros: ok "in between" job
Cons: this company is not it oriented as i hoped for.
I work in the call center for HP. It is high volume & very stressful. I've been here for two years & have not been able to move to another position yet. All movements, however, are lateral which is not what I'd think of as improvement.
Very productive place to work, with a lot of empathy to his employees.
Financial Analyst (Former Employee), Aguadilla, PR – August 19, 2014
- A typical day at work was full of accomplishments, new challenges. - The most I learned from HP was to be a team player, always look back to your co-workers see if they need help. -My co-workers were always happy to help, creating new problem solutions staying positive and happy about doing their job. -Hardest part of the job was trying to learn all – more... i could by my self so i don't have to bother any other busy co-worker. -The most enjoyable part was the different activities, meetings, coffee talks and community works like for example cleaning the Puerto Rico Beach. – less
Process Technician (Former Employee), Bristol, ENG – August 19, 2014
Pros: coffee talk (every friday) with free doughnuts and coffee.
Cons: none that i can think of.
From the first day I felt I'd found a special job, and the management had a different approach to their employees, I found most people were happy to work in that environment. HP were very aware of work-life balance, even as far back as the early nineties, and various picnics, barbecues, and other outings were organised by management to reward employees – more... for their hard work. – less
(Project Management Office) Manager (Current Employee), Milton Keynes, ENG – August 18, 2014
Started off as a graduate for this company, and have since worked my way up to become a PMO Manager. The culture & people are one of the reasons why i have stayed with the company for so long. An enjoyable place to work.
Server Admin and Exchange Admin (Current Employee), Hyderabad, AP – August 18, 2014
• DNS and DHCP Management. • Installation of IIS 6.0 Servers. • Installing software and patches on remote servers. • Giving the Email and voice support to the clients • Resolving email related issues for clients. • Having hands on experience on ESL. • Working with HPSM portal and change management
Contract Administrator/ Buyer (Former Employee), Roseville, CA – August 14, 2014
Pros: encouraged to expand knowledge within pathology
Cons: management changed, not same company
While employed at DPMG as an Administration Assistant, I provided multiple administrative needs of the daily business, such as all phone calls incoming and outbound, email, greeting customers with excellent customer care, scheduling appointments, faxing, filing documents, filling requests within HIPPA laws, and sending out all patient reports within – more... a strict time frame. – less
QUALITY LIFE CYCLE ENGINEERING MANAGER (Former Employee), Plano, TX – August 13, 2014
Cons: corporate structure
HP is corporate America; it has products, processes, organizational structures, P&L statements, stock holders and a CEO. It would be your typical corporate work environment if it were not for the exceptional people who work there. It is the people who make HP what it is, managers and individual contributors alike. It is not without its faults but the – more... people make the company a great place to work. – less