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Human Resources Management Associate Program

Hewlett-Packard Beijing

Our groundbreaking technology and competitive advantage are created by the efforts of our vast, diverse and talented workforce. Our world-class HR… Hewlett-Packard

1 day ago

Senior Human Resource Generalist – new

Hewlett-Packard Cyberjaya

ยท Directs and drives HR decisions on complex cases with significant financial and/or legal… Hewlett-Packard

14 days ago

Human Resources Generalist

Hewlett-Packard Mexico City

Provides a full range of HR support and program implementation activities across multiple businesses, functions, and geographies. Delivers programs… Hewlett-Packard

1 day ago

Human Resource Generalist - Manufacturing Environment – new

Hewlett-Packard Malaysia-Pulau Pinang (Penang-Penang

· First-level university degree or equivalent experience. · Typically 4-6 years related experience in human resources functional area, Human Hewlett-Packard

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    Great company with some issues

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Business Development Manager in Miami, FL
    Current Employee - Business Development Manager in Miami, FL

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    People, HP way (now that it's coming back), growing company (finally), reasonable work vs life balance (except in some units), CEO Meg Whitman lets us do our job and invests (the split is irrelevant and even welcome, we were already different companies, more splits may be needed. Great company for a long career, with possibilty to explore different areas and countries


    Avoid ES. That is not HP.
    Terrible CEOs and board (except perhaps Meg)
    Mid level meddling, micromanaging management

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    Train the managers
    Drastically reduce number of fully dedicated managers. Trust senior employees and use systems

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