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 understandable because everyone is anxious when they too will be cut. It is questionable whether this company will ever be able to boost employee morale again?
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The company is a disaster and it is remarkable how John Schultz bullsh-tted his way into the COO position. He wrecked Legal and botched the DXC and Micro Focus spin-offs and somehow got promoted. He is a symbol of everything that is wrong with the company and the fact that he and his lackeys continue to get paid when the employee base is suffering is insane.
I voluntarily left HPE in 2020. Since I have left, I noticed that I have stopped biting my fingernails. My fingernails look beautiful for the first time in 20 years. I guess that I should have left a long time ago. Good luck.
are you kidding hp is toast,do you expect good things to happen
I wonder what group you guys work in? I worked there for many many years and from around 2000 on I never knew a person who really worked that much. I spent 21 years basically surfing the web, BSing with co-workers and running personal errands...
Management doesn't care. So long as they hit their KPI's and get their VERY lucrative executive bonus payouts, it doesn't really matter how employees feel.
By now you should realize what they really want is for you to quit so they can move your job to India where someone will work for $15K a year