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Senior Financial Analyst

Hewlett-Packard Pontiac, MI

HP Enterprise Services US Public Sector organization has an immediate need in our Pontiac, Michigan office for a Senior Financial Analyst. <BR… Hewlett-Packard

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    Hewlett Packard ENTERPRISE Services- Financial Services- Pontiac, MI.

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    Current Employee - Financial Analyst in Pontiac, MI
    Current Employee - Financial Analyst in Pontiac, MI

    I have been working at Hewlett-Packard


    Nice enough building. Benefits are good enough. Some flexibility for work home life balance but that is disappearing fast. Great place to see a large corporation at work, especially if your are interested in enterprise service companies. Exposure to different cultures.


    Expect to be underpaid compared to market. Expect little raises or bonuses. Expect no room for advancement, only lateral moves, OR the one most common, if you were promoted, new title but no raise. Expect to spend most of your day talking to other parts of the company that are off shore in other countries, and come to the realization the only reason you have a job is that the contracts you are on, require on hands by US citizens. Expect your supervisors to have little people skills or leadership skills, the only skill they generally have is kissing up to their superiors, which is what gets them promoted. Expect little feedback, constantly changing and contradictory expectations, and constant cleaning up messes because no one knows what they are doing. Expect an us against them attitude, which boils down to the former EDS employees clinging to EDS ways, and treating everyone that came in after the buyout and dismantling of EDS, as suspect or inferior. Expect upper management to say highly unprofessional statements and openly disparage various groups of people. Expect your concerns to be ignored even when those concerns are backed by laws and industry standards. Expect a constantly rotating crew of coworkers because anyone with talent is going to leave the company as soon as they can. Expect to beg for any equipment or other items you may need for your job. Expect a high school atmosphere of cliques and teacher (managers) pets. Expect new people brought in off the streets, who have less qualifications than you do, but given a higher position than you, and then you find out their mommy/ daddy knows so and so. Expect that you will not even get an interview for positions you applied for, and if you do, the position is all of a sudden downgraded so it would only be a lateral move.

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    Look at the existing workforce for open positions. Actually look for people who have actual leadership skills to be put in position of leadership. Removing the work from home option for many is a huge mistake, as it was one of the things that used to be a pro. Think about the comments you are making for opening your mouth and putting your foot in it.

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