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!

Three Steps to Work-Life Balance

Balance Blog Thumbnail.pngAs individuals, our lives are hectic. I don’t know about you but I’m always looking for ways to cram more in to every 24 hour period. More work, more learning, more quality family time, more exercise, or more socializing. In an effort to find balance, I’m not always successful.


In this blog post, I provide three key tips to help you achieve a better work-life balance. Click on ‘read blog article’ for more.

Betting on our future talent.

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Finding your passion, choosing a path or start a career, are not easy decisions to make but with the right guidance and the support of Talent acquisitions advisors, you can have a strong start.

This blog, written by Carolina Flis, will share her experience as a University Program Manager recruiting the future employees of HP in Latin - America.

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About the Author(s)
  • As the Digital & Social Media lead for Asia Pacific & Japan, I am heavily involved in campaigns across the region, working with our amazing Talent Attraction team and my global peers to bring the best and brightest to HP!
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