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15 days ago

LeadSystems/Software Engineer

Hewlett-Packard Bangalore

• Solutions Business - Development of App Maps and Reference Architectures for Partner Applications/workloads targeted to drive Converged Systems… Hewlett-Packard

6 days ago

Sales Engineer

Hewlett-Packard Alpharetta, GA

As a Sales Engineer in our Enterprise Sales Organization, you will have the ability to change the world. Working directly with HP Peers, Sales Reps… Hewlett-Packard

29 days ago

Technical Architect (Converged Systems)

Hewlett-Packard Bangalore

• Development of App Maps and Reference Architectures for Partner Applications/workloads targeted to drive Converged Systems solutions. • Skill… Hewlett-Packard

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Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman
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    Great company for entry experience in engineering

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    Current Employee - Systems/Software Engineer  in  Boise, ID
    Current Employee - Systems/Software Engineer in Boise, ID

    I have been working at Hewlett-Packard full-time for more than a year


    As a large respected company in the world, HP still serves as a great company to work for. Most teams are generally friendly and the staff generally care about one another. The company attempts to promote growth opportunities and has a slight attempt at staying competitive depending on the business group. Generally, I've had a fine experience with time off and schedule flexibility.


    Upper management does not understand anything about what individuals do on the engineering end. They are generally focused on the bottom line. The company attempts to promote innovation, but they also seem to beat it down and focus on what will ensure products get delivered while still maintaining profit. In addition, the HR department is non-existent and salaries do turn out to be low after some time.

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    Provide more visibility for the engineers to understand the struggles of the business. Continue to break down silos so that there are more cross-team interactions to continue working efficiently. Don't let a program go out of control if it looks like it will doom the business, and don't cut people because of the mistakes made from poor planning. Start setting realistic expectations and find ways to capitalize on positive opportunities. Continue to watch competitors and ensure that there is still some alignment.

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