During my time in HP I had the opportunity to learn the SAP system and to become an SAP Specialist. It was the company who provided me the opportunity to learn SAP and for that it got me into a better job at Honeywell.
Information Technology Account Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 24, 2016
Relaxed work atmosphere, learned IT and IT management working with onsite technicians at all US Naval bases, assigning hands on IT work, following up with their assignments to make sure work was completed in a timely matter and customer satisfaction.
I really enjoyed working here. The freedom and peace of being your own boss and making sure everything was a1. I wasn't my own boss but that's the feeling the boss gave me. As long as everything was going good I was good
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Colorado – June 22, 2016
Company is only concerned about making the numbers. Instead of laying off the management who has driven HPE into the ground, they constantly layoff the folks who are working to make HPE a successful company. This company will be gone in less than 5 years, very sad as I remember working here when they actually cared about their employees.
Now, in the US, when you get laid off, you don't even get paid for your unused vacation time - time employees have earned and not been able to take because they are so busy working....
Snr Solutions Sales & Consultative Services AE (Former Employee) – Virginia – June 20, 2016
HP is a great place to work. I know they inherited many problems and duplicated many offerings thru their Acquisition. I was unlucky to be part of a unit that subsequently off loaded for $200M as HP sought to pare down and pare off. Unfortunately the buyer is not likely to update or upgrade the offering and prefers to create revenue via annual maintenance and customization.
Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 18, 2016
HP is a great place to work with great work-life balance. A lot of different domains to work, learn and move around. Really loved working at HP, moving from the factory, to storage domain, and then testing domain. There's a wide range of departments to work
Nice work environment, lot to learn and expand your knowledge
Transition/Transformation Manager; Program Manager (Former Employee) – Old Bridge, NJ – June 17, 2016
HP was a mature company in terms of PMO processes as well as customer facing skills. HP management was average.My initial management was very good but as time went on the new management skills were a bit lacking.
Senior Manager, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (Current Employee) – Warrenton, VA – June 16, 2016
I see HP as a company that builds great products that are reliable. However the company doesn't have senior leadership has limited sales and leadership skills. They are good "managers" but not leaders.
Security Analyst (Current Employee) – Metro Center – June 14, 2016
My position here is very fast paced. There is no margin for error. I love it! I have learned so much while I was here and I have organized and taught a few things as well. The manager of this department is so fantastic. He gives me room to grow and do what I need to do. My co-workers and the hardest part of my job are together. This department has felt some growing pains. We had some problems who have since been removed and it made what was left of the department come together in a way it wouldn't have otherwise. I could not pick a more enjoyable part of my job. There are so many from the job task, to learning new things and the fast pace of it.
I enjoy what I do, I love the people I work for and with, I do not hate to come to work, I love the challenges every day.
Hiring process takes to long. Pay and benefits are very lacking.
This is a fast paced, ever changing environment. The people are nice here. The hardest part of this job was there were no procedures set up I had to decipher how to do things. All in all a great place to work if you like a challenge.