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in HSBC, there are lots of opportunities to learn, great management and work environment. I started my career with software development in HSBC and while leaving the organization, I learnt team management, operations management, stakeholder management and many other skills.
No es muy recomendable ser contratado por un proveedor externo, por las prestaciones que ofrecen y permanencia, esto debido a que por ser contratado por otra empresa, tienes un contrato con tiempo determinado y no cuentas con todos los beneficios de un empleado de HSBC
Dommage de rouler en Ferrari avec un moteur de tondeuse à gazon !!!L’image donne envie d’entrer mais l’intérieur sonne creux.La direction de groupe ne fait que transposer l’intérieur « très creux « et en plus superficielle !
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Empresa interessante para trabalhar, com responsabilidade e respeito ao profissional, dinâmico, orientação aos profissionais, treinamento e direcionamento em suas respectivas funções.A decepção foi ter saído por falta de oportunidade em uma função a qual me destacava e não fui correspondido referente a outra função interessante que me agradasse.
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You can get really comfortable here, but there are archaic ways of thinking no matter how much they stress the “agile” mindset. They need to learn to listen non senior management
Nice people, pre covid lots of lunch and learns
Unsaid expectation to work long hours
Constant pressure to sell/ refer products to customers. Managers will micromanage you and inquire about your sales goals multiple times throughout the day. Everyone at the branch was visibly demoralized as a result of this toxic environment
HSBC has old fashioned systems and processes which are difficult to learn, the training, is just learn as you go and when you make mistakes you will be told off and asked "why did you do it like that?" working here has made me very depressed.
the benefits, pension, salary protection/illnes cover, car breakdown they are all very good and an excellent share scheme
its an old fasioned legacy bank, the processes and sytems are from the 80's and cannot keep up with customers expectations
The job was ever changing every day, as management could never decide on a conclusive structure or how to expedite client needs. The pay was very good, but not worth the enormous stress it would sometimes bring - and it would come out of nowhere.
Compensation, location, hours
Management, an ever changing structure of everything (I mean everything)
Work life balance is good, good hikes, worst Managers I have seen in many teams if manager is good your life is good at HSBC.Company provides you stable life and it is a place where you can get settle down.
Work life balance, hikes, free transport
Need to work on old technologies, No onsite
The job is cold calling clients to refinance their homes and borrow as much as possible to consolidate or to do home improvements if there is equity. The rates are higher then most financial institutions or banks so it can be a difficult sale unless client has a bit lower credit score. Job is very goal driven. Can be a difficult Job but if you get the sales you will blossom. You must be good with sales. I was there during the 811 crisis and was let go because I couldn’t sell after the event. No one trusted or wanted to make a move with the company.
Money is great if you are selling
No sales no job period.