HP, Inc. | People

HP, Inc. | People

Human rights:  
Respecting human rights is instinctive to HP. We take an uncompromising stance on human rights in our own operations and work to influence others to do the same.  

Supply chain responsibility: 
Our vision is for a sustainable supply chain, with empowered partners that own and prioritize the well-being of the people, communities and environment around them. 

Privacy: 
Protecting your privacy and personal information when using our technology is a top priority. 

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How to Make Working from Home More Secure
By Jackie Snow During this global pandemic, companies are rightly considering the health and safety of their employees first by sending them home to work. But these measures could amplify another threat businesses need to be wary of: Cybersecurity.  According to a recent HP survey, 74% of employees are currently working from home, many without a dedicated office space or the...
Apr 6, 2020 4:30 PM ET
HP’s CEO: Help Now, Plan for the Future
By Enrique Lores, President & CEO, HP Inc.  I know these are difficult and uncertain times. And even as each of us is doing everything we can to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe and healthy, my thoughts are with all of those who are putting themselves at risk to care for the ill and support those most vulnerable among us.  This is especially meaningful to me because my...
Mar 23, 2020 4:05 PM ET
It’s Impossible for Us to Flourish as a Digital Nation Without Workplace Gender Diversity
By George Brasher Diversity is a critical piece of the puzzle and one that also makes good business sense –...
Mar 13, 2020 1:10 PM ET
The Story of Vivian Chua, the Female Leader Shaping HP’s Strategy in Singapore
James Henderson (Channel Asia) When Vivian Chua started at HP, then Hewlett-Packard, the year was 1999 and the technology industry was gearing up for an era of profound change. With a new...
Mar 10, 2020 11:20 AM ET
Meet the Reinventor: Yamilée Toussaint Beach, Founder of STEM from Dance
By Garage Staff  Yamilée Toussaint Beach is easily described as a polymath. Growing up on Long Island, she excelled in math and science in school, and after class dedicated herself to jazz, ballet, and modern dance.  “Pursuing engineering was just as possible for me as becoming a dancer or a writer or anything in the humanities,” she says. “I think a large part is the fact that...
Mar 5, 2020 2:15 PM ET

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