Human Progress: Advancing the overall health & well-being of people

Human Progress: Advancing the overall health & well-being of people

Human rights: 
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. 

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

Our People: 
Our global community of talented employees drives our own progress. We work hard to engage, develop and reward them. 

Living example: HP eHealth Centers: 
Innovation transforms lives. Our leading-edge technology is bringing high quality medical care to remote villages in India, enabling early intervention and treatment. 

Content from this campaign

Purpose-Driven Strategy: Creating a Sustainable Business While Solving the World's Challenges
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Jul 13, 2015 9:05 AM ET
HP’s Global Volunteer Challenge—Engaging in Our Communities
It doesn’t matter whether they’re building an urban garden in Panama; planting trees in California; or coaching students in India, there’s one comment I can guarantee I will get from employees who took part in HP’s Global Volunteer Challenge—“I feel like I got as much or more out of this experience, than those I helped.” It’s a...
Jun 18, 2015 3:05 PM ET
HP’s Danica Balazova Shares her First-Hand Experience with eHealth Centers
When HP’s Danica Balazova met Shanti in Bagbera, India, Shanti had been suffering from debilitating headaches for months, unable to get proper care in her rural village. But after visiting an eHealth Center and using its tele-consulting capabilities to talk to a doctor, Shanti learned that the issue wasn’t as serious as she had feared—she had high blood pressure. With the right...
Jan 22, 2015 10:30 AM ET
HP's Meg Whitman Accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
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Aug 22, 2014 12:30 PM ET
Partnership with DreamWorks Animation and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Brightens Children’s Lives
For children receiving medical care, hospital stays can be a time of isolation, fear, and long periods of boredom. But thanks to a partnership between HP, DreamWorks Animation, and the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, pediatric patients at the hospital had a chance to unleash their creativity and imaginations by designing artwork that now hangs in HP’s Palo Alto facility. ...
Jul 11, 2014 10:45 AM ET