Experience the Full Power of Our People
We aspire for every HPE employee to bring everything that makes them unique as individuals to work each and every day. Only then will we get the best out of ourselves—and our company.
Employee Resource Groups (ERG)
As a part of our legacy, Hewlett Packard was known to be one of the first companies to have started an Employee Resource Group, with the formation of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Allies and Black/African American American Employee Network ERGs in the mid-1970s. Hewlett Packard Enterprise will continue our support of ERG's as they are a critical component of our overall D&I strategy and our company's success.
We believe that our success is directly tied to our employees' diverse experiences, skills and backgrounds. These employee-generated volunteer communities come together to build an even more inclusive culture at HPE and focus how diversity and inclusion impact the bottom-line. With over 127 chapters in over 30 countries across the globe, our ERGs support the company’s goals while members benefit from opportunities in leadership development, networking, mentoring, community and educational outreach, and connection to the business.
Officially recognized ERGS at HPE belong to the following nine categories and are open to all employees.
- Black/African American
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Allies
- Pan Asian
Lean in @HPE
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has partnered with Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In organization to create Lean In @HPE. This global program offers inspirations and resources to help employees achieve their goals through the use of Lean In Circles. Today, over 30 Lean In Circles were successfully launched and continue to grow.
With a workforce that spans over 150 countries, HPE is truly operating in a global environment. Because of this, any employee who wishes to increase their value to HPE by acquiring the knowledge and skills to become culturally competent in order to maximize their business relationships with colleagues and customers alike can do so by using the Cultural Navigator tool.
This valuable tool is open to all employees and provides them their HPE Cultural Intelligence Quotient (CQ) which can be used to build culture competence of countries, businesses, and people across the globe.
Additional Resources and Policies
Want to Know More?
Visit the Living Progress report to view Hewlett Packard Enterprise's workforce demographics and learn more about our diversity and inclusion efforts.