For the shuttle that picked me up in the far reaches of the parking lot next to the new "mod tech home" building when I was pregnant. Thanks for the lift fellas!!! Tired of the hook and eye out here, though. In other words, "YOU'RE NOT... read more
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You can see all the partying in social media of Aspire participants in Nashville. Those people are doing the right thing by enjoying every freakin dime of HPE by partying and drinking all the Kool Aid. Just say YES to everything the executives are... read more
2-3 years from now this Company won't even resemble the Company it is today. Everything that is "low margin" (aka poorly managed for years) is being sold and/or eliminated and replaced by the quick acquisition of small startups... If you are either... read more
Seems to be the only TECH company laying off...Thanks MEG....I was rehired!!! then get WFR'ed...Hope HPE goes down...Grew up at HP with Bill and Dave...God bless Bill and Dave...
Protest the crappy Unisys deal
Root Cause? Yer Mama Didn’t Raise You Right! Whoa, people! Two whole days, and no fresh new posts at all?!? Whazzzup with that??! … Lemme stir it up a bit. There’s been a lot of posts here about bad office politics at HPE, mostly-probably caused by... read more
Oh yeah, for those that are being laid off and let go, please note that we were not allowed to continue our life insurance policy either, not even at a higher premium, so, don't count on it. Is this true? What about health coverage? Is there any way... read more
https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/2018/01/18/262321/former-compaq-campus-to-be-sold-by-hpe/ Anyone need a large hobby shop? A large indoor "MJ Grow House" would work as well, but please be advised that in the deep-red state of Texas... read more
Just remember, there are career consulting agencies looking for, well, I don't have to really tell you, do I? Wanted 12K for 12 months of consulting to help me find a new job. Just so you know what the going price was. Pinged from Glass Door... read more
Oh, HEY, BTW ( b y t h e w a y) for your unmotivated employees (according to these posts) I just wanted to let y'all KNOW that I actually DO NOT get paid for taking consumer account complaints on LinkedIn and reporting them to EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT... read more
The US is already executing on transferring the field support force to Unisys. Now EMEA is following suit. In EMEA the GSD field customer engineers are transferring to Hemmersbach, in those countries that do not have a CDS entity (wholly owned HPE... read more
There was a lot of noise on this website about the emperor doling out mid year bonuses. The emperor and the cronies made a big deal about it at the coronation as well. All a bunch of lies. Looks like the cronies like may and june have been feeding... read more
I personally think that the reason WHY HPE top mismanagement can NOT get acquisitions to be successes, is flat-out arrogance! They immediately think that they know more than the experts at the company that they just acquired, and that they can lay... read more
https://news.hpe.com/hpe-acquires-redpixie-to-strengthen-cloud-consulting-expertise/ a UK based consultancy of approximately 70 staff, most of which will be out the door tomorrow as they dont want to work for a multinational
Carly introduced unlimited sick time, I wonder if the Emperor has included FTO along with it. DXC recently implemented unlimited FTO. I heard only at a max of 2 week increments and depends on "business needs". I expect the Emperor will bring... read more
It's been a long time since I read something positive about HPE. Not that I think this changes our situation in any way, but it was a nice distraction for a moment. HPE shines in IDC Converged Systems tracker, Cisco does not... read more
I do know this much… About 1.5 to 2 years ago (or so???) there was a big push to get rid of all or almost all USA contractors. Now lately, there are a TON of in-house (and low-paid, you bet!) contractors in Houston, for example. So there’s one place... read more
Wow, a 5-day stretch without any postings about hpe! Perhaps the bleeding has finally slowed down or stopped?
My position was eliminated in Provo, UT office 3 months ago. I just heard that more were let go after me. It seems they are spreading it out as to not appear to be doing one massive layoff. No bonus payouts last year... No merit increases haven't... read more
If you been WFR before, are you still not allow to apply to anything? Thanks!
https://features.propublica.org/ibm/ibm-age-discrimination-american-workers/ Sounds eerily familiar. But not sure why this is news only now.
The gossip all over around the Bay area this week is that SAP will announce its acquisition of HPE as a wholly-owned subsidiary (keeping at least for now Antonio and his team), after Microsoft stepped out of negotiations. Can someone confirm this... read more
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/linkedin-top-companies-2018-where-us-wants-work-now-daniel-roth/ Come'on... If Dell and IBM made the list, HPE, HP, DXC, and Micro Focus were must-be's. The article clearly reflects Jeff Weiner and Satya Nadella's... read more
According to a comment Antonio made to this post on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6381597766271012864
Talk about writing on the wall... Meg just sold another close to 13 million in HPE stock... Meg Whitman had set up such a plan on March 2 and over March 14 and 15, the plan sold $12.7 million in Hewlett Packard Enterprise (ticker: HPE) stock. She... read more
Another minon of Meg is done with his job. His tag line when speaking to us employees was "ALL IN" and wore tshirts with this on them during coffee talks and town hall meetings. I guess he never made it all the way in??... read more
Former employees list all the stuff you need to do as soon as possible http://www.hpalumni.org/asap
Thanks for any advice on this. For reference, I was a CE, MCHS, and (was) a DCE.
I am also a long time CE 30+ years and will be kicked to the curb with the others it looks like. I was honored to work with a team that went above and beyond daily to help a customer and keep HPE's name up front with the customer. Beware those left... read more
What happens when employees stop caring about their work. If this isn't the best indicator that nobody at HPE gives a damn anymore, I don't know what is. We are ten for ten... read more
I talked to my manager one on one yesterday about the Unisys spin. The good news is that they will be able to keep everyone who wants a job. Unisys will honor HPE's commitment to employment for all. And she said that they are working on paying out... read more
Heard on Friday there will be a Bay Area focused layoff . It’s gotten too expensive to run the Bay Area buildings so layoffs will occur and the buildings will be sold. This information comes from solid sources
Its been said many times its very expensive to keep technical support in the USA vs "low cost" locations in other countries, even though the suppport is far better. If they can do away with knowledgeable field technicians, what will rule out tech... read more
Forget the romanticism of history, a legendary name, a legacy, and all those things... Forget about destroying families, and crushing the morale of those poor souls that for x or y reason decide to stay... It's all about the money. Capitalism 101 on... read more
Let me ask all of you. You were always afraid of the dark side , are you still. What does a customer need when a system is installed? Help with their migration efforts/vmotion as an example, maybe assistance provisioning, maybe help with performance... read more
I left HPE last year after 21 years. HP/HPE gave me the opportunity to raise my family near where I grew up, while allowing me to spend invaluable time with my children as they became adults. Was it all good? No, it seems like the past 18 years have... read more
While life is grand at the San Jose headquarters with new gyms and lavish cooking facilities, the field, the backbone, gets laid off. Monday March 5 we were all notified that we would be outsourced to Unisys.
Reading this board makes me think that HPE desperately needs to clean out its ranks. If there is so many otherwise unemployable people working here (and only people who are completely unemployable can fear layoffs in this economy,) then it really is... read more
Why cut itself off from such a huge pool of talent when its meant to such a transformative business ?