HP Employees Sound Off!

HP Employees and Alumni – Please Share Your Critiques of Carly Fiorina!

In the Name field, please include the years you worked at HP.

4 thoughts on “HP Employees Sound Off!

  1. Carole HP, 1989-2008

    The thing I remember about her being in charge was constant uncertainly. You never knew if your product would be cancelled, your division shut down or sold off, or people laid off. It was very stressful and killed productivity. I remember people joking in the cafeteria…

    “What are you working on these days?”

    “My resume”

    Carly Fiorina is not a leader. She does not know how to motivate people or get the best from them.

  2. Michael 1978-2005

    Carly Fiorina as CEO of Hewlett-Packard made decisions which were in her interest and were against the interests of employees and shareholders.

    She was incapable of managing the operations of the company, leading to her ouster when the board wanted to install someone to manage the operations.

    It is ridiculous to claim that her performance at HP qualifies her for anything more than being unemployed.

  3. Michael Coulter

    After helping to destroy Lucent she left in time to avoid blame.
    She then came to Hewlett-Packard and did great damage while displaying
    an appalling lack of integrity.

    I’m not willing to see what damage she can do to the United States.

  4. Art, 1985-present

    Carly Fiorina never ‘got’ what Silicon Valley is about. She didn’t understand that companies like Hewlett-Packard are built on creativity, innovation, solid engineering and great products… NOT restructuring, mergers, and layoffs.

    Now, many years after Carly was forced out, HP is once again a great company and a great place to work, but I’m saddened by the many good people who lost their jobs, or quit in disgust during Carly’s “reign of error.”

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