Hewlett-Packard Vacation & Paid Time Off

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HP grants paid vacation and holiday pay.

166 of 169 employees (98.22%) reported this benefit. benefit verified by employer
Last Edited 07/23/14

Employee Comments

  • Dec 18, 2014
    Former healthcare rep III in Janesville, Wisconsin

    3 weeks vacation with ability to buy a 4th.

  • Nov 21, 2014
    Current Account Business Manager in Vancouver, Washington State

    In my business unit, you start with 3 weeks. That's great! But you stay there for a long time. After you complete 5 years, you get one more day per year that you complete, up to 4 week.s

  • Nov 20, 2014
    Current Employee in Sunnyvale, California

    overall good, no more than 3week consecutive

  • Nov 12, 2014
    Current Project Manager in Arlington, Virginia

    Starting out with 3 weeks paid vacation is great!

  • Nov 10, 2014
    Former Verilog code writer for DTD in Houston, Texas

    You can't take your vacation, has been my experience, or your co-workers will take that much more opportunity to make you look bad. Work a TON of over-time and leave your vacation un-used, they just do not care, you are so much fodder for the mill... Have NOT heard from the boss, "OK, tons of over-time? Have a comp day or two"! Those words NOT spoken at HP in my recent experience...

  • Nov 10, 2014
    Current QA Manager in Sunnyvale, California

    15 days Time off per year and can be carried over to next year
    Bad: Mandatory break between Christmas and New Year has to be paid out of Paid Time Off Balance

  • Nov 7, 2014
    Current Senior Program Manager in Fort Collins, Colorado

    pretty standard for the industry.

  • Nov 4, 2014
    Former Software Engineer in Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky

    National holidays are paid as intern!

  • Nov 3, 2014
    Former Electrical Hardware Design Engineer in Roseville, California

    The cap was too low for those that have been there over 20 years. Otherwise the amount of vacation time is very good.

  • Oct 31, 2014
    Former Employee in Fort Collins, Colorado

    After 15 years you get 5 weeks paid vacation. But if you dont use it in a given year, then in most states (except those with statutory protections like California or Nebraska) you lose any time you did not take off in the given year.

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