On average, employees at Hewlett-Packard give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Hewlett-Packard employees are Project Managers submitting an average rating of 4.8 and Technical Solution Consultants with a rating of 4.5. Browse Hewlett-Packard Reviews by Job Title →
"This was a great company when I worked there. There has been significant trimming and streamlining of both the HP and Agilent brands."
"HP is a legendary tech maker with many resources and a bloated workforce. They are undergoing heavy transformation."
"I have worked in HP for last 10 years and working in project management for 3 years. Very good in managing projects through agile development. Have worked with people in geographically distributed location and projects ."
"Good company, very hard load of work."
"I worked for EDS/Hewlett-Packard for 17 years first creating a student loan servicing system and later moving to maintaining a student loan consolidation system for the Dept. of Education in Louisville, KY. The person I worked directly for was no doubt one of the best supervisors I ever had the opportunity to work for. I was given the opportunity to work from home 3 years ago which I believe worked out well for both me and the company."
"It was a good job but they don't try to know you better and help you move up."
"I have worked with HP\Autonomy since 2011, a great company, great products and great people working on this company."
"Great place to expand your career and learn at any level."
"Great place to work. Good benefits and coworkers."
"HP is a global technology leader employing over 250,000 people worldwide and am proud to be part of it for the last 18 years. Well known for its quality products and world leader in customer service."
"Bad place to work, high turn-over rate. No valuable skill set to gain from most of job"
"Large company with many internal challenges. Not really a "people friendly" company despite it's internal messaging."
"Terrible company to work for. Pay is substandard for the area, upper management does not care about employee needs and HR is completely unresponsive to employee issues."
"I am currently working as a Technical Consultant III at HP and my role involves a lot of client interactions. Being a Consultant has given me valuable exposure to business /system processes. I feel that the analytical, problem solving, leadership and teamwork abilities gained through my employment and academic experience have provided me with the tools and skills necessary to understand the client business needs, system needs, suggest and implement the suggested strategy to ensure desired outcomes."
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