HP as a company is very women friendly and makes sure that safety and equality is the motto for the women employees. Secondly, every company has its own pros and cons. I have quit working with HP due to personal reasons. However until I worked for HP there seemed no cons and had only good things about HP.']
Much importance given for women employees as diversity candidates. Good performance will ensure rapid promotions.
Friendly managers, willing to adjust shift time if there are valid reasons.
Work from home given on request.
HP has a system of open door policy. If there is any grievance against the manager or any one for that matter, it can be taken up with any person in the hierarchy. Also, the HR is keen in helping in such situations."
Hp is excellent work place specially for women.. We can have cooperative team nd managers aligning with process ogmf hp. But no hikes for employees from past many years.. Its growth rate is low fi wise and is been taken over by csc recently .. So its like tie with csc nd hp about the policies tht apply furthur.
Hewlett Packard was a great place to work,very flexible .I am.looking for a job and really feel to get a job again in HP if possible. don't find any cons for women specifically, though many companies have pros and cons to work but that is personal experience. Company ways HP is one of the fines company to work with.
Well, I can positively assure that I had the best time of my life while working with HP GLobalsoft bangalore. It is a very woman friendly environment over there and quite a few managers are very supportive of the fact if you wish to leave for home by 5:30 pm by the company provided cabs.
I would rate it a 4 out of 5 for a woman friendly environment.
there are also a few day cares nearby to leave ur kids over there.
Pros: friendly atmosphere, immense knowledgeable management, varieties of roles which you can choose as you grow.
Cons,: internal growth rate is slow, the percentage of salary increase is at a very low scale, cost cutting is their main focus, after HP has split there are too many hierarchies., No WFH facilities available for mothers like me