How to obtain your personnel file - HPE
Advice and reference info from members. (Updated December 2, 2017.) Contact the HPAA volunteers: firstname.lastname@example.org
(If HPI, member instructions on how to obtain your personnel file: HPI Personnel File )
- If you left the
Hewlett-Packard Company before November 1, 2015 -- or if
you left HP Inc. (HPI) on or after November 1, 2015
-- you are a former employee of HP Inc. -- regardless of which part of
HP you left.
Most of the current personnel record information can be found in Workday, accessible via the HPE Portal.
Older records were scanned and reside in a system called OFIS -- Optical File Imaging System.
Here is the path for an HPE employee to find their OFIS personnel records:
Start at the HPE Portal
- Select Top Tools
- HR Home
- Personal Information (near middle of page toward the right-hand side) This opens more links toward the bottom of the screen. Scroll down to see them.
- HR Personnel Records (OFIS) (This is under Misc, on right-hand side of page.)
- Select "OFIS - Click Here to Launch" (If you are blocked with a certificate error, click the "ignore" link several times until you get through.)
- Select "My HR Documents"
- Enter your employee ID on the
next screen and select "Search." Be sure and
include any leading zeros.
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