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18 days ago

Project Manager Senior Business Analyst

Hewlett-Packard Philadelphia, PA

Medical Logistics; Price Standardization Will assist in developing a price comparison functionality that will be used by the fair and reasonable… Hewlett-Packard

18 days ago

Software Developer - .Net

Hewlett-Packard Philadelphia, PA

• Participates as a member of development team or teams; may lead a small development team. * Develop applications within Mocrosioft .Net framework… Hewlett-Packard

7 days ago

Storage Sales Specialist

Hewlett-Packard Philadelphia, PA

Our vision for HPStorage is to remove the boundaries between Storage and the rest of IT – so we can help customers wherever they are in their IT… Hewlett-Packard

18 days ago

Software Developer - Oracle PL*SQL Developer

Hewlett-Packard Philadelphia, PA

• Participates as a member of development team or teams on a DoD R&D Medical Logistics Project * Develops PL*SQL and creates database structures in… Hewlett-Packard

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Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman
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    I worked at Hewlett-Packard full-time for more than 10 years


    HP is trying to return to its former glory but has along way to go. HP has a wide range of products and services it can offer customers across most countries in the world. Support staff are dedicated to helping customers.


    Unfortunately the legacy of Mark Hurd lives on. HP continues to reduce staff benefits and deny pay rises in spite of internal PR extolling the benefits of working at HP. The focus on reducing costs impacts staff's ability to be successful. Working from home policy is an expensive way to reduce costs. Internal tools and systems are antiquated and expensive to run & maintain. Internal infighting due to narrow focus on cost allocation.

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    Management needs to consider the impact to customers and staff before making changes. Experienced staff should be consulted for advise more often. Focus more on improving internal tools & systems and let staff run the business. Bring back company wide profit sharing to enable more internal cooperation.

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