Commercial Account Representative (Current Employee) – Conway, AR – April 8, 2016
there is no job security... they can and will send people away if it benefits them. rumors always present. management is decent and the pay is average. if you want to advance you have to move far far away from where you live.
Logistics Specialist (Current Employee) – 200 North College Street – April 7, 2016
I am enjoying work at HP. The team members are devoted in helping the customers. I have learned many new skills, which has helped in and outside of the workplace. I am ready to move forward in reaching my goals and continue to develop my career.
Good company. Great Management. Nice place to work. I was in New business developement. It was a really fun job. Talking to customers in a consultitive position to uncover issues and help them to put a solution in place to make them more efficient.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Pontiac, Michigan – April 5, 2016
HPE is a great company to start out with. They offer a plethora of learning opportunities and resources. They offer easy networking with co-workers worldwide. The groups often support a family style environment. They do not offer competitive salaries that keep pace with any other company. You can grow your knowledge base there, but cannot grow your budget. Job stability is also quite questionable.
HP Sales & Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – Ruston, LA – April 4, 2016
Long days of calls, paperwork, meetings, and check ups. If you love helping this is the job for you. I enjoyed working for this company. Traveling was great, pay was great, boss was great. It was a great experience. I loved the free gifts as well.
Principal Scientist/Tech. Dev. for 3D printing (Current Employee) – Corvallis, OR – March 30, 2016
The legacy and culture of HP withstands the test of multiple CEOs who brought divers leadership styles and business objectives. Without question, it is a place where dedicated employees strive to sustain and create new value in the market place.
I've been very fortunate in my career at HP in that I've experienced the learning of multiple life-times. Where else could I have worked with so many industries and technologies, and interacted with such a diverse set of customers (now friends).
on an average I worked from 8am to 8pm and some time with no lunch, so when the opportunity came for me to get laid off, I did not argue against my manager when he asked me to pack my stuff and hit the door; stress level in the work place were too high!