Hewlett-Packard Jobs & Careers in Franklin, TN

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25 days ago

Service Information Developer

Hewlett-Packard Nashville, TN

• Applies HP and 3rd party technologies to complex software solutions of moderate complexity. • Independently implements end-user or enterprise… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

Healthcare Information Tester

Hewlett-Packard Nashville, TN

include, but are not limited to, establishing testing strategy and plan, analysis of business requirements & designs for testability, design and… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

Oracle DBA

Hewlett-Packard Nashville, TN

The Oracle Database Administrator creates and maintains Oracle 11g databases hosted on multiple physical platforms. Performs general database… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

Security ID Administrator

Hewlett-Packard Nashville, TN

1 – 3 years of technical experience and an Associate of Arts/Science or equivalent degree (two year college program) in computer science or related… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

Wintel Admin

Hewlett-Packard Nashville, TN

The Infrastructure Associate supports the customer and infrastructure team by providing system administration, application administration and other… Hewlett-Packard

12 days ago

Provider Support Clerk

Hewlett-Packard Nashville, TN

• Participates productively as member of team, possibly in a team lead role. • Completes complex… Hewlett-Packard

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    Disappointing in recent years

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    Current Employee - Anyalyst in Franklin, TN
    Current Employee - Anyalyst in Franklin, TN

    I have been working at Hewlett-Packard full-time (more than 10 years)


    There are opportunities within the company and good leaders/accounts.


    In order to get to other opportunities, you have to go through your current leadership who can hinder your ability to find other opportunities. Bad leaders run a slave ship, and any challenge or question results in you being labeled a negative team member, and then they separate you from group, target you, and then make your work life miserable.

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    Middle Management is where the issues are. To many layers of persons that are not really required trying to justify their positions. It reminds me of Office Space. I am on a team of four. I have a Team Lead, and two managers. Very ineffective if you ask me.

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