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Our vision is to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere — every person, every organization, and every community around the globe. This motivates us — inspires us — to do what we do. To make what we make. To invent, and to reinvent. To engineer experiences that amaze. We won’t stop pushing ahead, because you won’t stop pushing ahead. You’re reinventing how you work. How you play. How you live. With our technology, you’ll reinvent your world. This is our calling. This is a new HP.

Keep reinventing.

HP has a legacy of pushing the boundaries of technology, delivering life-enriching, world-changing innovations at every turn. We believe that the ultimate driver of our success has been and will always be the power of our people — our diverse, inclusive global community of employees is one of our greatest strengths…and what truly differentiates HP in the marketplace. We imagine the future to make things happen. HP is Hiring – and talent is our only criteria.
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  • HP Inc. Lesley Slaton Brown

    Meet a Fairygodboss at HP Inc.

    • Name

      Lesley Slaton Brown

    • Position

      Chief Diversity Officer

      Palo Alto

    With over 20 years of experience in the technology industry, Lesley has a unique ability to align and build strategy across organizations and drive business outcomes within corporations, start-ups and non-profits. Coupling her global marketing, branding, communications and diversity and inclusion experience, with a deep passion for social entrepreneur and leadership development, she has led key efforts to address the digital divide and build sustainable enterprise in Senegal, West Africa. Most recently, Lesley served as the Principal Investigator for the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME), “Go West” Computing Project. This project focused on broadening representation of women and minorities in computing education and careers. Lesley was recently awarded the 2016 Woman of the Year in Technology by Silicon Valley’s Chapter of National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., in addition to the 2016 Multicultural Leadership Award by the National Diversity Council. Lesley was twice recognized by Black Enterprise as a Top Executive in Marketing and Advertising, Savoy Magazine as a Top Influential Woman in Corporate America and was featured in Diversity Journal’s Leaders Publication.

    Lesley believes strongly in giving back to the community. As a former Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor, Charter Co-founder and Chairperson of Volunteer’s For Youth, Lesley has also sat on the Board of Directors for The Boise State University Foundation, Boise State University Alumni Association, and the Idaho Black History Museum. Lesley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications with an emphasis in Marketing from Boise State University. She was a NCAA Scholarship recipient where she lettered in Women’s Basketball. Lesley lives in Morgan Hill, CA, and works at HP Inc. headquarters in Palo Alto, CA.

  • HP Inc. Dr. Caitlin DeJong

    Meet a Fairygodboss at HP Inc.

    • Name

      Dr. Caitlin DeJong

    • Position

      HP Labs Molecular Biologist

      Palo Alto

    Dr. Caitlin DeJong is the first molecular biologist to be hired at HP Labs. She joined the Life Sciences Research Group in HP’s Print Adjacencies and 3D Lab last May on a three-year post-doctoral research position. DeJong completed her Ph.D. in molecular biology at the University of California, Berkeley, where she investigated the impact of a specific protein in regulating gene expression in early vertebrate development. She’s currently investigating how to apply HP Labs’ SERS sensor technology to the life sciences to better understand which of our technological strengths could be leveraged with biomedical research to create new products/devices and services.

  • HP Inc. Marie Vans

    Meet a Fairygodboss at HP Inc.

    • Name

      Marie Vans

    • Position

      Senior Research Engineer at HP Labs

      Palo Alto

    For the last few years, HP Labs researcher Marie Vans has been back at school, studying for a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science at San Jose State University. She graduated this summer and is now putting her learning to use in shaking up the field of document classification.

    An author of over 50 technical papers and holder of 20 U.S. patents, Vans started working at HP before college. The company supported her undergraduate studies and then hired her again after she received her PhD in computer science from Colorado State University. Vans first worked in software development in Fort Collins, Colorado, and then for HP Labs in Haifa, Israel where among other projects she developed an image inspection algorithm deployed in today’s Indigo commercial printing presses. Now back in Fort Collins, Vans works in HP’s Print Adjacencies and 3D Lab, doing some work on imaging processing, but I’m also researching progressive barcodes, which are bar codes you can place on objects that change over time as information about the object changes.

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What Women Should Know about Working At HP Inc.
We are committed to increasing, supporting and inspiring women in technical roles throughout different stages of their careers. As of 2016, the board’s five female members, 38 percent of the total, mentored top leaders at the company.

Female participation in the Building Innovative Leaders program, which cultivates leaders who propel innovation and has grown from 17 percent in 2014 to 43 percent this past year. Our Women Impact Networks across the globe provide mentorship, training and preparation to promote and enrich women’s experiences and development within and outside of HP.

Gender diversity statistics

    • Women in workforce
    • 37%
    • Women holding senior management
    • 29%
    • Women directors on board
    • 40%

Programs, initiatives, groups

    • Unconscious bias training
    • Yes
    • Internal mentorship / sponsorship programs
    • Yes
    • Internal employee networking
    • Yes
    • Succession planning initiatives
    • Yes
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for recruiting
    • Yes
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for performance evaluation
    • Yes
    • Sabbatical leave benefits
    • Yes
    • Executive coaching
    • Yes

Flexible working

    • Flexible working policies
    • HP has provided flexible work arrangements for many years and continues to support employee needs through these programs. Included in HP’s flexible work arrangements portfolio of programs are: telework, flex work, part time and job share programs. These programs are utilized globally and have global policies in place to support their operations.

      Telework allows our employees to perform their job responsibilities from their home.  This is leveraged by the majority of our employees for those occasions when flexibility in location is needed (to spend part of the day at school events, volunteering, personal or dependent’s doctor appointments, etc.).  We also have some positions in which employees are 100% home based.

      Flex Work provides HP employees the opportunity to adjust their work day hours.  This can be an ongoing work schedule that supports timing needed to accommodate commuting, family responsibilities and/or global work responsibilities (working with other time zones).  Flex Work provides employees with flexibility in where and how they work.

      HP's Part-time Policy allows employees to work a reduced work schedule on an on-going or temporary basis.

      HP's Job Share Policy allows two employees to share the tasks and responsibilities of one full-time position. In this arrangement, each job-share partner is on part-time status and the employees share the responsibility for coordinating and accomplishing certain job responsibilities.  A noteworthy example in our current workforce is an executive level job share where two HP women directors hold the shared responsibility in this role, demonstrating that career progression is supported while utilizing HP’s flexible work arrangement programs.

      With our employee IT support and options, HP employees can work anywhere, anytime with uncompromised access and connection to fully perform their work.
    • Remote working
    • Yes
    • Part-time working
    • Yes

Parental Leave

    • Overview: Parental leave policies
    • HP offers company paid parent leave for new birth and adoptive parents. An annual family floating holiday is also offered.
    • Paid maternity leave
    • Yes
    • Unpaid maternity leave
    • Yes
    • Paid paternity leave
    • Yes
    • Unpaid paternity leave
    • Yes
    • Adoptive paid leave
    • Yes
    • Short-term disability benefits
    • Yes

Maternity-Related Benefits

    • Other benefits information
      • Childcare resources and referral services
      • Health Plans include coverage for fertility/infertility
      • Backup Child Care
      • Elder care referral services
      • Resources for children with special needs
      • Benefits for children with autism
      • Lactation support services
      • Education assistance
      • New grad debt assistance
      • Flexible spending accounts
      • Adoption assistance
      • Employee assistance program
      • Wellness and financial programs
    • Lactation facilities
    • Yes
    • Phased-in post-maternity return
    • Yes
    • Fertility benefits
    • Yes
    • On-Ramping/Off-Ramping before and after parental leave
    • Yes

Care-taking benefits

    • Back-up childcare
    • Yes
    • Elder-care benefits
    • Yes

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