Packard Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Packard was an American luxury automobile marque built by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, United States. The first Packard automobiles were produced in 1899, and the last Detroit-built Packard in 1956, when they built the Packard Predictor, their last concept car.


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Current Employee - Electrical/Hardware Engineer says

"HPE moving a lot of teams to Taiwan and laying off people in Houston. No clear goals."

Current Employee - Engineer says

"Way too many and frequent lay offs. I don't know how this company can remain profitable long-term with continuous layoffs like this. This is crazy."

Current Employee - Engineer says

"Big con, large and frequent layoffs. No job security."

Former Employee - Anonymous says

"No money for travel, too much propaganda, all hands meetings about anything but informative technical or commercial stories. Instead, it is all about anti-racism, diversity and inclusion."

Current Employee - Senior Global Marketing Manager says

"Some of the marketing VPs, SVPs and even the CMO in Houston have been working for HP/HPE for 20+ years and have no idea what digital marketing means! They surround themselves promote and with employees who are "yes men" from yester years causing good talent with new ideas to leave. The stock price is a reflection of this mentality!"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"The upper management is technically weak and they buy their technology."

Current Employee - Software Engineer says

"HP Labs and AI division is a joke. Incompetent leaders in AI division; just wasting company's money and working on useless stuff."

Former Employee - Procurement Manager says

"High management turnover is very unacceptable"

Current Employee - Account Executive says

"Low Benefits, Hardware push, no real story"

Former Employee - IT Architect says

"Pay cuts, poor morale, low benefits package. Projects are over committed and clients use the vendor as a scapegoat for their own failings."

Direct Care Worker (DCW) says

"Not professional at all. Horrible pay, and no benefits or sick days. Schedules we're horrible. People we're messy individuals to work with. Some people put in charge did not know what they we're doing. And the head lady in charge did not know how to talk politely to anyone.Love the residentsVery unprofessional"

Direct Care Worker (Current Employee) says

"I enjoy the people i take care of, management is ok , some of my co-workers are great, the hard part part is lifting the people alone, the best is listening to them talk about family.seeing their faceno health care, small salary"

Direct Care Staff (Former Employee) says

"I worked the night shift and my job was to was clothes,set up medication for the morning, start feeding tubs, give showers and dress the clients, brush teeth and make sure they was ready for workshop.Free lunchShort breaks"

Production Lead (Team Lead) says

"Daily Huddles, Allocation of volumes, Production planning control, Adherence to SLA, Handling escalations, critical queries, Resource management. Front Face for Customer Contact, Processing orders. I handle a Team of 13 members with different back ground and skill-set, which is a challenge. We received Team award- for best performance in H1 for FY14-15 is a best part of my job. I'm man of crisis for the Team. I have handled customers for the region Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, ANZ, SingaporeEmployee Friendly atmosphereJob security"

Caregiver (Current Employee) says

"My day at work making the laddies smile everyday keeping there stomach full . the hardest part of this job is getting them home safe from transporting them from workshop to workshop in traffic. I've learn that as long as they are happy there is not a problem of the day. the most enjoyable part of the job is taking them out to dinner and shopping.Working seven years for packard group incGetting off work"