"The work-life balance was great, but the compensation was not so great. The heavier the workload, the same your pay stays. There's no room for growth here, clique-y office culture is apparent."
"Our business unit has been very profitable for the last 29 quarters. We have always contributed by our profit to the parent company. The primary reason for such unprecedented success is the employees and the company culture. Our organization has always been run with the mindset of a start-up but the resources of a large organization. Based on our past financial numbers, it is relatively easy to go and ask for more R&D investment. This reality is purely because of the diligence and sincerity of the employees."
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"HPE was a very difficult company to move up in. It reveled in politics and false hope instead of helping employees feel empowered and the ability to move up in the company. It provides a false sense of family and no understanding of your life outside of work. If you need a job to pay the bills, then sure; but if you want a career you will be happy in, stay away from HPE."
"Culture of chaos when senior management can not find time in 6 months to have a team meeting. When the same senior manager has his calendar all full of meetings yet no one on the team has any idea what the strategy is or goals are. There are many great people, too bad none of them are in management. The current old management team makes the same decisions and expects different results. This is like General Motors before the crash."
"I have been with HP for almost two years."
"The work environment is really good. Other employees are very supportive."
"Challenging, rewarding, and has a great manager."
"I have done a good job there."
"It's a good company to work and settle permanently with."
"Enjoyed working at HP. Grew in this role and added a lot of value."
"Good company and get exposure to global business."
"I started working for Hewlett Packard in 2010 and held my position for almost five years, but it was a grueling five years. We changed CEO three times and my direct manager was changed four times, so it was very unstable. I was fortunate to survive two mass layoffs, but the third one finally got me; because Meg Whitman decided to lay off 50,000 employees and split HP into two entities. In reality, I LOVED my job and I LOVED my experience at HP; because I learned SO MUCH as I had to do the job of others as they left or were pushed out. It is unfortunate that I had to leave but the irony is that they laid me off along with my manager and everyone else as they off-shored our work to India. It is a classic repeat of what went down at eBay under Meg Whitman, so pay attention to history because it all starts at the top."
"I have been with the company since 2007 and the pay and compensation for IT individuals is less than average. This company is no longer about the employees, and is totally focused on how the company appears to Wall Street and the shareholders. There has only been one manager that I could put in any type of trust in. The rest from the top down will say one thing to employees and do the opposite. It's truly saddening since there are so many great co-workers in the company."
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