Its a place where you can have your own time management, due to the flexibility and give and take culture you can have a lot of extra time to perform not only own duties but other projects, predict machine parts tear off, Uptime improvements. Its a good place to enhance your career. The company is a good place to work and the co-workers are very decent and have a close bond to each other.
Case Specialist (Former Employee) – Kirkland, QC – 21 July 2015
Working at HP has to be the best of both worlds. Both professionalism and personal I most enjoyed working at HP as I was able to grow in my field I was given all the resources I required to perform my job.
Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Dalian, China – 4 July 2015
I learned a lots of technology and customer service skills from HP, HP is a amazing company. The people is very nice, manager is so smart, work in HP, you never feel you are alone, a lots of team building and sharing, hope I can come back to this great company in someday.
Contracts Administrator /Sales Support (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 19 May 2015
Work was good and not stressful. No one micromanaging. Ability to work from home. I learned a lot from working in this environment. My co workers were helpful and so friendly. I can't even say there was a hard part of the job
Intellectually enjoyable workplace - interesting client work and excellent community of peers to work with.
Senior Windows Server / VMWare Operations Analyst (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 May 2015
Level 1/2 support is typically handled by off-shore teams, while the on-shore teams concentrate on providing level 3/4 support to the off-shore teams and resolution of more complex technical issues, and managing and completing project level work.
Peer group extends beyond own client team to persons on other support and engineering teams
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 24 April 2015
Management is good and supportive. But there is not much scope for growth. Salary is decent but can be better. Company has a history of mergers with lot of other companies which results in lot of organizational changes and job/pay cuts.
Partner Service Delivery Manager (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 28 March 2015
until HP bought Compaq. It has been a downward spiral ever since. Management isn't consistent with the 5 year plan. I don't even think they have one because it changes every quarter. They have created a cut throat environment due to Work Force Reductions. If you're not in your bosses pocket there is no hope for you.
Currently can't think of anything positive to say about HP at this time.
Raises and bonuses are close to non-existent, Saved for the bosses favourites and that doesn't mean the best worker