How to update former employers with your postal address (Updated
Jun 16, 2020.)
Make sure that every company you ever worked for has your
current postal address.
Even if not classified by the company as a "Retiree" or
if long gone from the company -- in case of class-action
settlements, pension, or stock issues.
HPInc is the legal successor to all companies acquired by
the Hewlett-Packard Company. Responsibility was not
transferred to successor companies such as Hewlett Packard
Enterprise or DXC.
HPInc has responsibility for any commitments to former
employees of the acquired companies. This includes any
retiree health coverage, pension, 401(k), etc. plans. (Does
not depend on
whether the employee's last business unit ended up in HPInc or Hewlett Packard
Enterprise in the
HPAA information for former employees of certain acquisitions:
For non-U.S. employees. HPAA
advice for U.S. employees:
HPInc -- notification of current postal address.
To find the
official contact page for former HPInc employees worldwide.
(Employment verification, Experience Letters, payroll,
address change, HR issues)
HPInc Worldwide HR Support Country Selector If
country is not listed, contact regional headquarters:
HPInc Offices Worldwide or
HPInc Corporate Headquarters
If you ever worked for Hewlett Packard Enterprise. To find the
official contact page for HPE retirees and former employees
worldwide. (Employment verification, Experience Letters,
payroll, address change, HR issues)
HPE Worldwide HR Support Country Selector
[Page comes up very slowly.] If country is not listed,
contact regional headquarters:
HPE Offices Worldwide or
HPE Corporate Headquarters [scroll down]
Not always obvious: Which HP-related companies am I a retiree or former employee of?
Given HP's complex history of acquisitions, divestitures, and spinoffs, the company or companies that you are legally a former employee of may
not be obvious. If any doubt, check here:
HP Alumni Association:
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