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Leaving HPI or HPE

Use our ASAP Checklist immediately – before you lose access to HP's internal systems. Advice from alumni on the many things you need to do as soon as you know you know you are leaving – and in the following few weeks. 

Join the Hewlett-Packard Alumni Association (no charge).

Helping each other with the transition -- and with life after HP:

▪ Share advice with other members on the transition process – WFR, redeployment, retirement, severance, health transition, commissions, patents, UI...

▪ Reconnect with those who know you and your work.

▪ Mutual help on health coverage -- COBRA, retirement, Medicare, open-market. Annual Enrollment, discounts.

▪ US job openings from employers recruiting ex-HPers.

▪ Discuss personal finance issues -- such as Social Security and stock -- from an ex-HP perspective.

▪ Post technical questions to a knowledgeable, friendly community of engineers.

▪ Discover local and online groups – business units and divisions, acquisitions, spinoffs, and more.

You are eligible to join if you were formerly a regular, direct employee of Hewlett-Packard, HP Inc, or Hewlett Packard Enterprise– or have a defined retirement or termination date. Thanks to the HPAA's Supporting Members, there is no charge.

Join here  (No charge, thanks to our Supporting Members.) 

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