If the market makes a turn soon, do you think there will be HP Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Topics regarding layoffs at HP (Hewlett-Packard)
To all current HP employees, please aggressively look for opportunities outside of the company. Be willing to take a slight pay cut or fewer benefits if necessary. Trust me, taking the risk of changing employers will only benefit you long-term. There... — read more
Take a look at Conduent. Xerox bought ACS to expand services. Icahn spun it off after raiding Xerox to form Conduent. Now it's buried in debt. All Xerox employees that transferred are long gone. We are living through the final chapter of the HP &... — read more
I just went through the Xerox page on this forum and now I'm regretting that big time. If we thought things are bad here, there they seem to be at least two times worse. Now I'm left praying that this whole acquisition doesn't go through. Who... — read more
The HP employees who remain after restructuring will have to accept Xerox benefits.
Everyone that applied for early enhanced retirement was approved. The deal was great and if you didn’t apply you miss a great opportunity since layoffs are coming after EER
I feel sorry for all the employees of HP. Our leadership team exists only for the short term goal of funneling money to Carl Icahn. The office is ruled by apathy and despair. Don't need large layoffs because people are quiting in large numbers every... — read more
All employee meeting is this Friday morning. Let's see how many hints are dropped as to what is shutting down.
Mark Hurd, Oracle CEO, has died: https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/18/tech/mark-hurd-dead/index.html
All print R&D and QA is shutting down. Moving elsewhere. Anyone in the US better start looking....it's shutting down faster than anyone thought.
3 people in my department are taking the early retirement package. They will leave in February 2020. The retirement age was lowered to 50 for this round of offers. It use to be 55. It may start looking like a ghost town around here next year.
What are the chances that these layoffs are tied to the increase of H1B denials?
Commenter on another thread said Boise will be closed by 2022. Is that insider info, or just speculation?
it's no wonder HP is in trouble again.
Any idea which teams would be impacted by WFRs
The guy leading the failing printer business is replacing DW. Hmm, maybe DW was asked to find a health issue he needed to address? Maybe EL wasn’t being allowed to take these new “ bold and decisive” steps? People are usually replaced in these... — read more
Rumors of Building 65 closing. Only one year left on lease. Remaining folks will move into Building 61. Guess where that will go....
Here we go again. It never stops. They will now increase executive bonuses, starting with Lores and Fieler. I'd bet it'll be 9,000. We'll see what happens. HP to slash 7,000 to 9,000 jobs over three years as part of major restructuring ... — read more
HP just announced yet another round of layoffs. This has been going on for at least 10+ years now. The company that use to be the fore runner in new innovations is now just a producer of laptops and printers. Here are my ideas for HP to become... — read more
Hearing of rumors of wage freezes in print. How true is that?
Random question. How many HP sites have been shut down permanently?
https://www.crn.com/news/channel-programs/crn-exclusive-hp-to-launch-new-organizational-structure-appoint-first-ever-chief-commercial-officer Looks like more WFR?
What do you all think of the White Box toner partnership with Xerox? That should improve the toner business.
Things must be picking up. Two new hires in my department announced today. Both CW's but that means there is work and HP can afford to hire more people. Print division.
The page admins have recently deleted many new comments and posts. How much are they paid by HP? Anyways this may get deleted too. Many rumors ongoing about imminent closure of the San Diego site and of course layoffs. Any updates?
So far all the CW furloughs (in the print division) are to take place before the end of July 2019. Has any CW been asked to take off more time beyond the last day in July? The end of Q3 is at the end of July. Typically any word of WFR for regular... — read more
I review these posts time to time, interesting how limited, or restrictive the comments are and have been. Certainly NOT the responsible company the founders had created! Thank you current and ex-CEO’s - CF=big bust, MH=oops, LA,=duh, MW=age is our... — read more
What's going on? There was talk this week would be it in term of layoffs - has anything happen yet?
All Contingent Workers (CW) on projects on the Print side of business are being furloughed for the month of July. Management thinks it is fine to cut out a month of a person's pay with no reason given, and then expects that same person to want to... — read more
Enrique did it again today at print all employee meeting. Mentioned WFR and "difficult weeks" ahead. Promised the usual - compassion and integrity. Highlighted from another post. Run while you can — read more
The Phased Retirement is fine if you plan on actually retiring but if you want to get another job, the ramp down screws up your ability to work full-time for someone else. You also risk getting a ramp down longer than you wanted (you don't get to... — read more
Today several people within GSB (print) got WFRs. I know for sure that this is happening at least in a couple of sites inside the United States. I know it varies from team to team. A few teams were more affected than others. I know of at least one... — read more
Enrique subtly announced layoffs at print all employee meeting. Someone asked if there will be layoffs? He didn’t deny it.
I was paid 9 weeks of severance in 2016 by HP Inc. It was mentioned in the letter that I won’t be eligible to join HP Inc ever in future. Do HP Inc ex-employees still join with or without any exceptions?