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Anonymous shared this review of Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Mar 9th, 2018
"Tech is male-dominated, but the times are changing. HPE is trying to grow out of its huge history as HP with an antiquated culture, and into a company that brands itself as an employer of choice. We'll see if they are able to do it. If they do not, the smarter tech firms will beat them, because women will take an equal share of the future."
Anonymous shared this review of Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Jan 31st, 2018
"Great opportunity to learn and career advancement certainly exists, but you may not advance as quickly as your male peers."
Anonymous shared this review of Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Jan 24th, 2018
"Maternity leave in the US is buried under policies and legal jargon. I was lead to believe I had a full 26 weeks of paid leave for my first child. Sadly, I was called THE DAY BEFORE I had to return to work indicating that my maternity leave had ended. To add insult to injury, the company sent me a rectal thermometer the same week as a 'gift' for my newborn. Theyre archaic, lack innovation, and I strongly discourage young women in the industry to not EVER consider coming to this company. Its where jobs, careers, and talent go to die."
Anonymous shared this review of Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Jan 4th, 2018
"A positive work environment, where you can express freely your ideas and they are also taken into consideration. "
Anonymous shared this review of Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Dec 22nd, 2017
"I haven’t experienced any sexual harassment, people here are generally nice and polite. If you have family and kids, they do respect that. However, the maternity leave policy is terrible compared to other tech companies, and the pay is really low, pathetically low. I haven’t seen anybody who got promoted ever since I started working here. "