Hewlett Packard Enterprise HPE –8.96% posted mixed results for its fiscal second quarter ended April 30, while slightly reducing guidance for the full year. https://www.barrons.com/articles/hp-enterprise-earnigns-stock-price-ce3b3650
Unconfirmed, roughly 12 HPE staffed recruiters axed this week. Source: Potential candidate.
Brace for month end surprise!!!
Month end planning on-going .. prepare the backup
Journey to one (share your thoughts)
Share your thoughts.
Layoffs in Spring?
Hello,,, looking into how The Woodlands area has been affected by layoffs. Any info on layoffs (or conversely, good news) at the Spring Lake location?
HPE vs CSC
Who is worse?
HPE Greenlake Scam
Greenlake is a scam.
Layoff Antonio Neri
Maybe Antonio should be laid off. But it should done the same way that he laid off tens of thousands, with “compassion”, “empathy”, “heart”, and with no chance of being rehired by hpe again.
Let's rebrand everything. That'll fix it.
LOL. LMAO even.
Demoralized, disappointed and anxious
After the majority of my team got cut, among which there were many dedicated high achievers, I wonder how the management expects me to do more work than ever. Instead, the remaining employees do only enough to avoid trouble. This is completely... — read more
My HPE Story
I left HPE in 2020 because managers began to leave R & D groups. I was lucky to get a package. I was determined to stay in my home and not relocate and find a job locally. I avoided oil-related companies but I finally found a job that I really... — read more
"Fear will keep the local systems in line. Fear of this battlestation." Governor Tarkin, Star Wars, a New Hope And as it applies to HPE. "Fear will keep the employees in line. Fear of layoffs." Carly Fiorinna, Mark Hurd, Meg Whitman, Antonio Neri — read more
I was notified on DDay, 10/17 that I was WFR’d. No rhyme or reason on rationale used to decide who was let go. Suppose I drew the short straw. Get your resume ready. If you made it this year, it will probably be next year.
I was WFR’d today. Many other and a major reorg. One hand does not know what the other is doing.
WFRs Monday 10/17
Monday 10/17 will be the day that WFRs will happen. That gives HPE 2 weeks until the end of the fiscal year to get you off the books. As usual this will be a stealth operation and you won't know these people are gone unless you personally know them... — read more
Is there any chance that they will offer a voluntary separation package? I'm only asking because someone here mentioned this as a possibility, although I sincerely doubt it. Sounds too good to be true.
Get Ready for what happens EVERY October
As happens every year, large scale layoffs will happen in October. They do this so its all on the books for this fiscal year. If your boss ghosts you over the next week or two, you know you'll be getting the call by Columbus Day
Hoping for a package
It might sound strange but I think there are many people who do everything they think could put them on the layoff list. Package would be the best way out for many. The work here no longer gives any satisfaction, the pay is not adequate. Honestly... — read more
October Is Coming!!!
And it's not going to be good US employees, mark my words. Antonio and senior management have been planning this for a while and WFR will be a harsh reality for many. This a warning to get yourself ready so that it won't be such a shock. Get that... — read more
HPE Coasting But With A Warning
"Fiscal 2022 fourth quarter non-GAAP diluted net EPS excludes after-tax adjustments of $0.20 per diluted share, primarily related to,"transformation costs" (severance). That means WFR's in the 4th quarter.
Here they go again! Layoffs coming soon
The biggest scam of a company, perpetuated by the Old Boys club of people who have been at the company 20+ years and the only thing they care about is their own survival. If this company had an ounce of innovation in it, it could thrive, but instead... — read more
Anyone else feeling these upcoming results won't be looking too good? We're seeing huge budget cuts for protos
Will HPE win this case?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has come out swinging two months after a $30 million verdict against it in a long-running case, saying claims by Oracle it directly infringed copyrights in the Solaris OS are not backed by enough evidence. Full article:... — read more
Layoffs at hpe is like
The Hunger Games The Lottery (1969 short film) Aztec sacrifices As sure as the sun will rise. …
Greed is destroying this company
It is quite clear that they want cheaper employees. What I don't understand is how they still haven't realized that cheaper employees will not solve the problems in this company, of which there are already too many? I think that HPE is becoming... — read more
Third Quarter Not Looking Good
Antonio is going to do what he does best, WFR US employees and hire cheap off-shore labor to replace them.
Nothing to attract the talented
I just wonder how this company can still attract anyone talented. I would not recommend anyone to come here. You?
I have to admit I didn't expect not being on LinkedIn's Top 25 IT Companies
I know... I know... But still, it's a shame what this company has become when compared to its glorious past. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-companies-2022-technology-information-linkedin-news/
I am interested in the experiences of internal candidates. Do internal candidates have a better chance of getting a coveted position? I’m afraid of getting rejected, because then I would very likely have to quit. I'll appreciate any advice.
Been layed off from hpe? Over 40?
HPE always wanted to be like IBM. Well now they are. https://www.theregister.com/2020/05/22/hp_hpe_accused_of_coordinated/
Everyone is talking about layoffs
I'm trying to find a new job as soon as possible. How far are we from layoffs?
It can only get worse
For a long time I thought that the leadership would finally come up with some good plan for this company but I no longer have any hopes that this will happen. Unfortunately, I do not see that they have any plan other than cuts and more cuts. Looks... — read more
How will it end for hpe?
How will it end for hpe? They get bought out?
Expect more cuts
Last year due to covid & supply chain issues HPE moved from compensating sales upon order shipments to compensating upon bookings. It's probably the only reason that the mass exodus didn't happen last year. Problem is, this strategy is draining free... — read more
Ugly FY2022Q2 earnings
HPE once again drops the ball for their investors, just when I thought they were on the road to slight recovery. How does this company operate with nearly 10k more people than their HP Inc. counterpart, yet accomplish about 267% less revenue? If I... — read more