Response Engineer (Former Employee) – Ireland – 18 April 2017
the job was interesting and I got a chance to learn a lot of new things and gain experience in many areas. we were a tight knit group there and helped each-other out when needed, and had a life outside work too.
Interesting job,calm environment and good workplace
Production Operative (Former Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 26 January 2017
I've experienced different kind of job with HP. There is no hardest part on this job except maybe one thing. Sometimes you get sleepy but they got gym there,so you can go and shake yourself a bit on breaks.
good place to work but in the process of closing down.
Lead Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 28 October 2016
a great company to work for back around 2000. but since then the plant in leixlip has been slowly winding down. all manufacturing jobs will have moved to the far east by the end of 2017. morale is at rock bottom and everyone is just waiting for the lump.
good facilities, great people, laid back atmosphere, safe clean work environment
Order Operations Specialist RMA & Credits (Current Employee) – Cork – 13 September 2016
Outstanding place to work. I currently work as the onsite specialist for RMA’s & Credit generation and follow through to book in for all EMEA region within Order operations department. I liaise with Supply Chain and warehouse partners to ensure effective closure of all RMA/credit cases. I also deal with AP payments, generate Stock Rotations each Quarter for our Distributors and deal with many ad hoc duties that arise within the department.
This was an enjoyable place to work. Everybody worked well together as a team. The manager interacted with employees on a daily basis.
Incident Manager (Former Employee) – Galway – 23 May 2016
A typical day for me in the Incident Managment Centre in Hewlett Packard, included communicating with internal users and IT Engineers on a daily basis. I learned to priortise IT issues, Time Management Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Communication Skills, Customer Service Skills, Troubleshooting Skills. Support from Co-workers was excellent and teamwork was fantastic. The hardest part of the job was dealing with some impatient users. The most enjoyable part was when IT issues got resolved within service level agreements.