HPE empowers and offers a lot of training to their employees. I have learnt a lot in this company, from time management to how to distribute my work load, the team is very knowledgeable, managers are really friendly, even the human resources people they are the best people to contact when you have an issue or two.
As long as you do your job, the hours are very flexible, you can take a break whenever you want and how long you want. You also get to work from home one day a week+exceptions. Management is friendly and there to help you.
The organizational culture at HPE is really great: it strives to improve, but at the same time to teach its employees the necessary skills not only to achieve in their position, but to develop their professional aspects and be able to find that which works best for them in a corporate environment.
At HP I learned the basics of IT management and endless possibilities of career paths and character growth.The most enjoyable part of the job was to work with different departments of the company and distributors/partners from different areas of the world. HP is a multicultural equal environment where you learn from each other.
Lots of entry level jobs and good possibilities to learn and advance for the first 4-5 years of your carreer.
Good work/ life ballance.
Few mid/ senior level jobs
Pay isn't great
Management can be underqualified
I've learned so many things at HPE but also at HPI. Great companies, great management . My management team was fantastic, folks worked together like a family to launch products with quality no matter what. The pay was wonderful, the benefits were great, and the projects and products were attractive and interesting to market.
A great company to work for. A professional gains a great insight into the commercial dealings of a business giant. The business exposure is truly valuable.
It is key to negotiate a good starting salary, since the raises and bonus are shrinking every year.
Depending on how lucky you are when being in someones' direct report you might have one of the following two situations:
1) Great manager, open discussion, ongoing constructive feedback, career development plan
2) No idea of what people are actually doing nore do they ask. Independent of their finance qualities as people managers they don't know what they are doing. They see people as expenses on cost locations not actual persons.
flexible schedule, working remotely, lunch tickets
No correlation between job level/ experience and pay grade