What kind of people are they hiring instead of the talented people they are getting rid off? I am almost certain that a person with a lot of experience and expertise who was paid more costs less the company than a newbie who has almost no... — read more
People who think things are going great and layoffs have been few and far between are not paying attention. There have been constant layoffs at HPE for years, only they are no longer grouped into major rounds. Instead, they are laying off people in... — read more
Anyone else get the email from Blue Cross / Blue Shield regading a Settelment ? https://www.bcbssettlement.com Do you know if there is monetary award that will be given out to HPE Employees who had Blue Cross / Blue Shield ?
I think it will be a big debacle. I don’t believe anyone expects anything more than a debacle? The luckiest are those who have left here.
I was with the Moonshot and Edgeline group until I got laid off in July 2020. Next week would be my first year of being gone at HPE. I still communicate with my friends at the company. I was told that this organization was dissolving. The Moonshot... — read more
Despite all the changes over the years this company has managed to maintain its status quo culture. Let's do everything old school, do not leave any room for individual contributions or heavens forbid out-of-the-box thinking. Just keep doing things... — read more
Aruba CTO, Chief Architect Leaving In The Wake Of Founder Keerti Melkote’s Departure
Not a bad thing whatsoever. Just mighty different compared to what used to be the norm.
It's official: HP Inc. Puerto Rico will be ceasing operations starting November of this year and ending on April 2022. Severance will equal 3 months salary plus two weeks per year, up to a maximum of 9 months (or basically, up to a years salary for... — read more
I believe there is no one who would want to return here after they've left? If I had known that I would have a much better job after HPE than I had there, I would have left long ago. That’s the only thing I regret, that I didn’t have the courage to... — read more
I see HP – HPE and HP – cannot get rid of the Bain parasites. Bain was hired during the compaq merger many many years ago to help with reorgs and efficiencies basically many lay–off programs which ultimately ki–––d the only HP while making Bain rich... — read more
This company has many things that need to be fixed, perhaps more than good things that are worth staying here for, however, very often those who bring the least value to the employer complain. Everyone who had any value has long since left here... — read more
I've heard we might be looking at another round of layoffs this month. It'd be nice to know if that's true and if it is to get more info on it. I'm betting somebody must know something more. How many will be hit and what will be targeted? At this... — read more
Does anyone have any comments the news of 150 new jobs in Galway? Would you recommend working there??
Request a Thread for New Content on useful contentj/knowledge share on HPE, HPE Layoffs would greatly be appreciated.
All these regular HPE layoffs are like ancient civilizations human sacrifices for a good harvest. HPE does the yearly layoff sacrifice to appease their gods Revenus and Profitus.
For those moving to the new Houston office you should know that it is located next to The Woodlands and, as such, you will probably find your home in The Woodlands. We have lived here since 1984. If you have to live in the Houston area this would... — read more
The layoffs have affected several locations. I have been and I am in contact with hpe employees all over the EU. There have been a heavy layoffs in UK, Spain Czech Republic and so on. Other survivors are either leaving or planning to leave for... — read more
Based on Q2 performance no WFRs are currently being planned for the remainder of 2021. So the ASAP Checklist items can be postponed until 2022.
ASAP Checklist for people leaving ...before losing access to your employer's internal systems ...and in the following few weeks https://www.hpalumni.org/asap
HPE, the dying company A question for Antonio Neri. HPE is a company with declining revenues over the past few years. Revenues have steadily and consistently declined. 2020 - well many companies had trouble that year. But for HPE, downright... — read more
has IT been impacted of late? Lots of managers and so-called directors pushing documents.
Just waiting for this horrible company to get bought out or something. Really just go away hpe. You’re the worst.
What is the impact to HPE of Microsoft strategy to develop CPU / Chips for in Servers in house. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2020-12-18/microsoft-will-make-own-chips-for-servers-computers-video At least give Apple and Microsoft ... — read more
Prepare for a pay cut y'all.... Bay Area is US3 and TX is US1... pay differential is roughly 15% - it happens automatically in the system when your zip code changes. It happened to me.
HP Enterprise joins a growing list of companies moving from California to Texas, though the move won't result in any layoffs. With a number of tech... — read more
How many among the top talent do you think will want to relocate to Texas, of all places? The majority will chose changing the company over leaving. I can guarantee you this. To save a buck, HPE will lose much, much more in the long run. Honestly... — read more
Didn't HPE open a new headquarters in San Jose, CA a few years ago? More lay-offs are certain to follow!
Numbers likely fairly large as in previous years Q1. Tomorrow we’ll know more. Hopefully volunteers will make the numbers. Good luck all.
I’ve seen so many of my coworkers laid off, all of them with the knowledge and experience NEEDED to keep HPE afloat. At the rate we’re going, who will we have left to look for guidance as we sometimes do? I certainly can’t turn to my manager in such... — read more
I was a Pre Sales SA in the Storage Division and I along with someone on my team were both WFR'd about a month ago. More than 10 years with HPE.
Honestly, I never got this? There is enough work for everyone. Many people are putting in very long hours. Just spread the work.
Just checking to see if anyone was impacted by WFR Notice today 11/16/20 ? If so can you comment on what groups were affected and what locations ?
" I will be back" . The Terminator's last word. Well Meg "The Terminator" Whitman will return after a blazing record of success at "QUIBI" to replace Antonio Nero as the next CEO... — read more