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 →
"I've worked with HP for 2 years and I must say it is one of the most challenging learning opportunities I ever had."
"Very unorganized. Regional manager didn't care if we were struggling with our projects or not. Hiring manager was very uninformed with how IT works. Technology used was very outdated."
"HP is a great company to work for."
"Very unorganized system of operations."
"I've worked with HP since 2006. HP's work culture and environment varies so much from department to department. My overall experience was good."
"HP is one the top leading fortune 500 Companies. They have more than 350,000 employees worldwide. It's a great honor to be part of the company. Had good opportunities for learning new technology and great environment. One thing that disappoints me is all coworkers are separated physically. I was in Plano TX, and my other developers are spread all over east coast and some in California."
"I've worked for HP for 29 years but was laid off in October 2014 as part of a work force reduction."
"I have just recently begun working for the Enterprise Cloud Services. It takes some getting used to because my manager is in Slovakia as is my lead. My peers are in Shanghai, China."
"I've worked for Hewlett-Packard for 2 and a half years. During this time, employees have been fearful of work-force-reductions, and are forced into situations requiring us to work 65+ hour weeks. Vacation time cannot be used due to our workload. We're given used PCs for our work, which often break and are replaced with another used PC which breaks within another couple of months."
"Studied and Made Presentation for the general procedure of CDSM Sales Process Pipeline Awesome experience."
"HP seems to struggle with a critical mass problem. It seems that there are always either not enough people to do the work or too many people drawing paychecks for a project to make sense. I think that HP can restore its former glory by cutting bureaucracy and red tape while hiring good talent. The innovation that HP is known for is still there, but is stifled by the red tape."
"Great place to work, excellent people. Completely enjoyed my time there. Left for an opportunity that was a new challenge to expand my skill set."
"I've worked for HP for over 6 yrs. It was a great place to enhance my career and learn new technologies and gain a greater understanding of complex systems. There were multiple levels of support that were needed on a daily basis."
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