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  • Your experience depends on the group you land in. HP is comprised of so many different acquisitions.

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    Current Employee - Senior Manager in Cupertino, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Manager in Cupertino, CA

    I have been working at Hewlett-Packard

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    HP has a lot of resources if you take advantage of it. I worked for HP software and there are a lot of classes and online resources for your. For example, we had free access books24x7.
    If you desire and work your way up into management, beyond Manager 2 level, they compensate well. For the average worker, don't expect any raises unless you are a top performer. HP has been cutting costs for many years now.

    HP has fairly flexible work policies, eg. remote working if your job involves global groups and services. They are being more restrictive like most large companies now but seems still good.

    It can be a great place to work if you find the right group in a product with growth.


    It's such a huge company, you will find it hard to bend any process. HR is very dominant over managers. You may also find yourself competing against different business units or spending a lot of time to get aligned.

    Advice to Management

    HP values managers a lot and you get some special treatment. As I mentioned above, trying to promote or hire folks is difficult. HR and long complex policies can make your job really hard.

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