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12 days ago

Human Resources Generalist Intermediate

Hewlett-Packard Buenos Aires

· Typically 2-4 years related experience in human resources functional area or Human Resource Hewlett-Packard

5 days ago

Junior Human Resources Generalist

Hewlett-Packard Casablanca

First-level university degree or equivalent experience. Typically… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

Human Resources Generalist

Hewlett-Packard Casablanca

• Directs and drives HR decisions on cases with financial and/or legal risk. • Strong project management… Hewlett-Packard

24 days ago

HR Generalist

Hewlett-Packard Kuala Lumpur

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

6 days ago

HR MADO Program Manager

Hewlett-Packard Guadalajara

for this position include but are not limited to the following main categories: • Project Management - Determines, negotiates, and delivers to… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

HR Business Partner Manager (Asia Pacific and Japan)

Hewlett-Packard Singapore

HP got its start over 70 years ago because of two men who believed in their ideas. While a lot has changed since then, our commitment to innovation… Hewlett-Packard

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    Just another mega-company

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    Current Employee - Engineer - Servers in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Engineer - Servers in Houston, TX

    I have been working at Hewlett-Packard full-time (more than 8 years)


    Great people. Good environment. Lot's of opportunity to learn and move around and try new things. There's plenty to do.


    In such a big company it's very difficult to shine or stand out. The rewards get trimmed down more and more every year. Just when you thought they ran out of ways to cheap-out on rewarding employees, they come up with some new and insulting "rewards system" which is just a new way to give less to employees. Bonuses have reduced to a trickle over the years along with raises.

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    Reward your people. Stop getting greedier and craftier in inventing ways to not reward employees. Giving me "points" and merit badges (yes, this is how they actually reward us) doesn't help me pay my bills.

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