Mediation group Acas has scheduled talks aimed at resolving the dispute between HP and the PCS workers' union.
The two sides are set to meet in London in 9 May for negotiations over pay and job cuts. Members of the union have been on strike since 29 April.
"Acas has offered an invitation to both Hewlett Packard and PCS to attend peace talks in relation to their current dispute over pay," Acas said in a statement on the matter.
"Both sides have responded positively and have agreed to meet at the conciliation service's London offices on Thursday 9th May."
The agreement on the talks rehashes hope that HP can reach a common ground with its employee union over budgeting. The two sides have long been at odds over the company's handling of the staff cuts and limits on pay raises.
The two parties have seen tensions rise in recent months as negotiations have broken down. The two sides tried in April to hold talks with Acas to reach an agreement, but were unable to settle on a deal.
This is not the first clash HP has had with its employee unions in the UK. In 2009 the company's CDS subsidiary faced off with employees over the handling of salaries and bonus pay.
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