Hewlett-Packard Jobs & Careers in San Jose, CA, US

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30+ days ago

Human Resources Operations Support

Hewlett-Packard Palo Alto, CA

• Assists with analytical and administrative support tasks for priority projects of varying complexity. • Implements and manages one part of… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

Workforce Planning Analyst

Hewlett-Packard Palo Alto, CA

· Oversees data collection, provides advanced analyses, and interprets workforce metrics. · Applies advanced knowledge of statistical/financial… Hewlett-Packard

1 day ago

Systems/Software Engineer – new

Hewlett-Packard Sunnyvale, CA

• Designs enhancements, updates, and programming changes for static analysis, databases, and Internet-related tools relating to security and static… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

HP Cloud Senior Financial Analyst - Virtual Private Cloud

Hewlett-Packard Sunnyvale, CA

HP Cloud’s strategy is focused on providing customers with choice regarding how they access and utilize information technology. With its depth of… Hewlett-Packard

15 days ago

Business Planning Manager

Hewlett-Packard Palo Alto, CA

• Manages quantitative and qualitative inventory models and analyses to support multiple projects. • Decision-making implications extend to… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

Search Strategy Manager

Hewlett-Packard Palo Alto, CA

This role is directly related to the digital contribution to pipeline WE DID Metric. The revenue increase and uplift from a much improved the search… Hewlett-Packard

2 days ago

Partner Development Manager - Wearables and IoT – new

Hewlett-Packard Palo Alto, CA

• Establishes and maintains partner management plans • Develops contracts and RFQs with partners and suppliers • Manages the product… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

EG; Director of Category Management I

Hewlett-Packard Palo Alto, CA

The Category management function defines and manages the product offering, positioning, and pricing across the product life cycle of a given… Hewlett-Packard

28 days ago

Software Engineer - QA (Fortify Software Security Center)

Hewlett-Packard Sunnyvale, CA

HP Fortify Software Security Center (SSC) is collaborative web based workspace for security and development teams to quickly triage and fix… Hewlett-Packard

30+ days ago

Presales Soluition Architect, Networking

Hewlett-Packard Palo Alto, CA

HP Networking offers a comprehensive, open and standards-based portfolio designed to address a broad range of customer segments, from small & medium… Hewlett-Packard

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    Great team, but as a whole too much confusion.

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    Former Employee - Marketing Manager in Sunnyvale, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Marketing Manager in Sunnyvale, CA (US)

    I worked at Hewlett-Packard full-time (more than a year)


    My team specifically was amazing. We pushed new boundaries, built great things, and brought in fresh new ideas to a legacy company. Great salary, okay benefits, opportunity to continue education. Opportunities to grow, some amazing products that have a ton of potential, smart acquisitions.


    Too much confusion. Huge disconnect between leadership and reality. From the very top to middle management leadership is misaligned with the reality of the products and their management needs. Too many meetings about meetings.

    Giant loops of competing interests, lack of focus and follow through in interdependent teams that rely on each other to be successful. Status quo attitude. Talent loss had led to smaller teams stretched too thin to be able to accomplish anything meaningful. Half of company stuck in legacy stance the other half fighting for swift and progressive movement into the future. Progress is often stuck. Frenemies abound.

    Food court is not good, no real commuter friendly options. At least have shuttles pick up from train stations.

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    Management should really take some anonymous surveys or get feedback from people on management to identify the problems. They don't want to know.

    The backend is a problem. A big problem for everyone. They need to move faster and collaborate more willingly.

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