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Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman
Meg Whitman
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    Former Employee - Solution Architect in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Solution Architect in Washington, DC
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    I worked at Hewlett-Packard full-time (More than 10 years)


    Many intelligent and dedicated individual contributors.


    Reversal of teleworker policies started in 1997. Now, you either come into an HP office every day, or you're laid-off. No more field offices, either. Palo Alto, Houston, Atlanta and somewhere in MA. That's it. If you can't or won't be in one of those locations every day, you are of NO use to the company. 55000 layoffs as a result of the company split on 1 Nov 2015. No innovation whatsoever, as that would cost money. No idea people in the company. Recent ending of public cloud offering shows that the management doesn't have a clue. Forced rankings. All managers must rank at least 10% of staff as "does not meet". No exceptions. Don't do it, and YOU are ranked as "does not meet". Managers have no discretion in anything. Rankings and salaries are decided before employee reviews are even submitted.

    Advice to Management

    Quit or retire. You have destroyed what was once a great company. Since Lew Platt retired in 1998, it's been a solid downhill slide.

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