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Great place to start a career in business development. Graduate program is very comprehensive and training is on point. On the job training is also part of the process, not just classroom based.
canteen is an actual restaurant, table tennis, pool, fun days.
some team managers require more training, kpi based, data not always great.
They(this company) are very funny. They don’t value your time.Just you carry repair and maintenance and that is it. I’ve not been asked anything else.You get training to in introduce you to HP. vehicle is required from you. Then you go from site to site.Good luck
HP has a fantastic HP University in which I gained all knowledge and skills necessary for my work and future work. Very few people in HP utilise this facility. HP has fantastic integrated processes and tools aligned with training, Again very few people utilise them. But those projects and organisational units that do use HP processes and tools use them very well, and are top global quality. Unfortunately the majority of projects and organisational units are very mediocre. So culture varies massively
It did me as a job for a while but eventually as there was no pay review minimum wage was what we were working for. The management were pretty decent but you soon ended up doing more work than one person's load and the better you got the higher work load you were given at no bebefit to yourself as there were few opportunities to progress through the company worked here
Great place to work, rewarding roles and lots of opportunity. An employer that cares about it's staff, and motivates/empowers you on a daily basis to be at your best.
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The people make the company. I actually joined a company that HP bought. The work did not change until business flow caused the company to be split and reformed into another company. I left before that occurred as the new company was obviously aimed at asset adjustment.
IN my last role, please note I left 5 years ago, the company had quarterly redundancies for the last 7 years of my time there. Very disruptive and demotivating. The goals were changing all the time and it was difficult at times to get proper direction from the management. Positives: remote working options
Great place to work in 70s and 80,s however changed Friendy compared to British ompanies whih were ore stade
hp in its day was the place to work we all worked hard and you were loya to the company as they were to you however I ebelieve it is not the company it was when I was employed It was just starting to feed maternity allownce etc that could have been better ref time off etc. I enjyed the llaid back atmosphere however I believe hp is not the comppany it used to be
donuts on Fridays, beer busts, fair evaluations between employee and manager, good holidays, holiday cottage scheme, xmas parties, good pay rises and shares, xmas break and fexi working time
not up to date on maternity allowance..