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Working At Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Our culture is what defines us as a company: how we act, how we treat others, and how we conduct business. Our employees ignite our culture by continuously demonstrating bias for action, being innovators at heart, and always putting partnerships first.

How employees describe working at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Great environment and work life balance

Posted 17 days ago

Good supportive managers and great team culture. Flexible in approach and rewarding experiences. Directive control and not micro managed.

Great place to be working.

Excellent so far in last 5 yrs

Excellent and employee oriented company

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What it's like to work at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees generally work 9.1 hrs a day
  • Employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise report the work pace is comfortably fast
  • On a typical day, employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise have 4+ meetings
  • 82% of Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees look forward to interacting with their team every day
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees most often take 15-20 paid vacation and sick days each year
  • 69% of Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees report they are happy with their work life balance
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees typically get valuable feedback on how to improve at work Once a year
  • 68% of Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees call their work environment positive

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Pretty good

  • Horrible. They expect you to be on 24/7. Weekend work is the norm, especially in Supply Chain. You are on call every day. You are expected to provide your own cell phone for business purposes. Many employees call in from vacation because they are afraid of losing their jobs if they aren't available.

  • Fairly good work life balance in my group. We'll see how things are with HPE Next, but for now, when things get out of balance, it's because I allowed them to get that way.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Fire the current crop of executives.

  • Anything that can break down the silos. Departmental meetings that span different teams, "whole office" or even "whole floor" get togethers. We need each other and we need to remember to look beyond our own noses.

  • I would be the CEO. I would invest in development and ensure that my products were things my people would be proud to sell.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Actual goals and a vision for how the company will move forward, in addition to having consistent leadership.

  • being open to new technologies

  • New executive leadership, management and more investment in company resources. Such as research and development, education. A return to the

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Never in sales.

  • Haven't had a raise in over 5 years

  • Not in a few years

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  • Top Employee Response

    Coworkers are overworked and underpaid. Morale is so low, it is depressing on a daily basis. There is no recovering from the hole this company has dug.

  • Great group of people

  • Some smart hardworking great attitude people that want to do the right thing. Surrounded by untalented disengenious deceptive lazy viscous ladder climbers that lack integrity.

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  • Great morale!

  • Cannot possibly be worse. Wait, I've said that before and was wrong . . .

  • Terribly, awfully low. What else could it be, really? This company has created a culture of layoffs in the last decade. These layoffs are by and large not even performance based since any non-performers were eliminated ages ago. On top of that annual raises and bonuses always disappoint. There is no external training for certifications or advanced degrees. God, I could go on and on and on . . .

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  • Top Employee Response

    Think she failed at delivering.

  • Listen to the people and stop breaking the company ,up

  • Meg is good but turnaround hasn’t resulted in the culture cleaning needed at the top.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Treat employees as people and invest in them. Listen to them and value them.

  • communication

  • A new CEO and a shake up on the board of dirs.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • The policy is there allowing people to work from home but it’s up to each manager’s discretion. In my case, my manager works from home near Dallas, yet he requires his entire team to work onsite in Houston.

  • You're generally not allowed to work from home. Some employees do and are made to drive by the office and swipe their badge so that the tracking system registers them in the office. If a manager's staff drops below 50%, they get in trouble. They are not hiring any new telework jobs. You must be withing distance of a core site to be employed.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Very diverse.

  • I guess the normal amount.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Worked from home last 3 years at HPE, but the space in Pleasanton is open floor plan.

  • Cube farm

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Asked to the Marketing Department at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Meh. We're losing talent in mid-management, however that might allow some others to shine. A few dinosaurs at the top. Very nice people, however some aren't keeping up with the times, and at least one is such a penny pincher that it becomes hard to get things done and affects morale as a result.

  • Good middle management. Those at the top aren’t as nimble or innovative as We need, which can slow things down and waste money. Continuing challenges exist moving beyond a single-product mentality. As a result of all listed, talent is starting to look elsewhere.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Surprising more than expected but upper management lacks diversity. More could be done

  • About 10% women in sales and I knew of one Indian guy.

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  • Wonderful!

  • dejected, unsure of future prospects

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  • It was VERY rewarding!

  • Not at all rewarding. Constant re-organizations every 4-6 months have not helped our customers nor employees. Really gone downhill in every way over past 2 years.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • They spun off the consulting business that they bought because they had no clue how to run it. They MUST invest in development and roll out new technology faster.

  • Stay well clear of the Enterprise Group. For the rest, they've basically sold off everything of value.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Top Employee Response

    There is almost no compensation. Most yearly bonuses are pitiful at best and none existent at worst.

  • better salary for long tenure employees

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Top Employee Response

    Yes, one of my reasons I put in my notice... Can't work at place where they're unsure of your employment at any given time

  • Heck yes!

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • My team is knowledgeable, experienced and talented. They constantly work hard and go above and beyond what is asked for.

  • Better understanding of the end goal. Find a scalable way to share what's going on to ID partnering opptys as well as potential collisions

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Top Employee Response

    No. They are treated like numbers, not individuals.

  • yes

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Casual

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Not allowed, as best I can tell. I wish we could bring them, though.

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Asked to the Engineering Department at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • No. There is a performance review system but overall even if you are a top 10% performer then in the event of a downsizing you'll be laid off and the company will make no attempt to retain you in another department.

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Asked to the Marketing Department at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Quiet vibe. Very quiet. Deathly quiet in the office. Makes it easy to concentrate, but it's also like working in a tomb. Working 50+ hours/ week, down from mid-60's, so headed in a healthier direction.

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Asked to all employees at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • The people.

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28% of Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees would encourage their friends to become coworkers, whereas 24% are neutral and 48% would not recommend working at Hewlett Packard Enterprise to their friends.

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