HP of Austin and Houston Enterprise poorly handle Project manager which created Risk
Senior Windows Server Build Engineer (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – June 15, 2015
Kforce first recruiter was not clear or state the Server build project was behind...
Subject: HP enterprise was poorly handle by HP project manager
I average 60 to 75 work-hours per week plus work weekends.
I was productive in Windows server Builds and Server QA
I was the assistant trainer on IIS website server for new hires..
Hp- was unprofessional during our day team to 25 mix contractors give uses guilt trips..saying.."we were not working head.
*How can you when there task document were out dated.
HP-were not moving fast and the Data Center staff were behind having servers ready us to do our part installation server software and cluster servers.
HP- We never were able to leave the HP Center for lunch.
HP- daily provide catering to our work site.
As HP told us, we're not leaving the building.
HP of Austin and Houston staff had bad communication with each other,,, It was political and these enterprise project was to big for HP and jobs were being lost in Houston..
I saw 20 Co-workers were let go became of the poor project scheduling planning.
The hard part Kforce recruiter quites' , there no help!
average 60 to 75 work-hours per week plus work weekends.
HP- daily catering to work site.As told us, we're not leaving the building. Project behind schedule.