Careers at HP
Welcome to the Careers at HP blog! Where our mission is to provide a glimpse into the day to day life at HP. Within this blog you will find a variety of information pertaining to HP and the many career opportunities that are offered around the globe. Here you will learn more about the most recent career opportunities, workplace culture, social innovation and other career related tips and information from a diverse selection of HP employees. Check back regularly to learn about recruiting events and information from HP programs and groups such as University Recruiting, the Veteran Staffing program, the HR Management Associate Program (HR MAP) and Diversity & Inclusion just to name a few. But this is not a one way conversation – we encourage you to share or comment on the topics presented throughout this blog. We want to hear from you!

Careers at HP Blog - A new chapter

Welcome to the relaunch of the Careers at HP Blog.

 

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This is a great place for you to learn about all things to do with HP Careers. This blog is hosted by our Talent Channels team within Talent Acquisition at HP. We will spend some time sharing with you more about the experiences of our employees.

 

We’ll cover a variety of topics from; Leadership at HP, what it’s like as a graduate, what our major business units are and the activities they carry out, how you can develop your career with HP, and many more. The intention of this blog is to give you a better understanding of what it’s like to work for Hewlett-Packard and the career opportunities that we have on offer.

 

For example, in an upcoming post, we’ll hear from one of our most recent graduates on what the interview and selection experience was like. What were her biggest challenges? What surprised her most about her first week with HP. She’ll also tell you about the types of activities she’s worked on in her first year.

 

Later in the month you will read about HP’s Learning & Development philosophy. What is on offer and how you can use our tools and courses to advance your career prospects.

 

Each week you will see a number of new posts. As with any blog, audience participation will make it a better experience for all. We’d love your contributions. Let us know what you want us to write about. Is there an area of the business you’d like to know more about? Are you interested in finding out about our recruitment process? We’d like to encourage you to ask questions. We want to make this blog a valuable tool for you in determining where you would like to develop your career.

 

What would you like to know?

Comments
Sarah Gamboa(anon) | ‎02-06-2014 04:08 PM

So excited that this blog is back up. I am looking forward to hearing from the recent grad about what her experience was like.

My question is what kinds of opportunities are available for recent grads and what is the recruitment process like?

I'd also really like to learn more about what roles business analysts play in the overall organization.

Adam_Buck | ‎02-10-2014 03:54 AM

Hi Sarah, 

 

Thank you for your comments. You can read about Kelly Chan's experience here - we hope you like it. 

 

Great suggestion regarding the role Business Analysts play with HP and will note that for a future post. Here is a link to open graduate and intern opportunities.

 

Adam

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