"I have worked at HSBC GLT for 2 years and I completely enjoyed working over there."
"I worked for HSBC Bank USA, NA for 4 and a half years. Unfortunately, the company decided to close the division I was in in 2012."
"HSBC is a friendly company to work for. They are willing to consider applications from non-traditional backgrounds and do not require much from their employees. As a result it would be a great fit for someone looking to simply have a steady paycheck. Pros: very difficult to get fired, low expectations of employees means it is easy to outperform. Cons: low pay, fragmented technology, few career opportunities."
"This was my first job at HSBC NY. The bank I worked in for 10 years was moved to a different location."
"I've worked for HSBC since 2004 and would recommend it to someone getting started in financial services. For mid-level and senior management positions, it becomes more challenging as the talent management tapers off and opportunities to move become more scarce."
"I don't have many comments, it was a good experience for improve my professional skills."
"I've worked for HSBC for 10 years and have found the experience both personally and professionally fulfilling."
"I've worked at HSBC for a year and a half and overall the company is not bad to work for, however, they are selling their portfolio and fast, so there is limited growth and longevity. The base pay and bonuses should be more for the work you do. It's also stressful and a bit unorganized."
"Working in HSBC gave the experience in Bank Industry. It's good on this perspective. I was hired for a person who was fired after 1 month I had been hired so I was relocated to another team. At that moment was tough but also a great learning in how to handle with this situation. Overall it was good."
"I've worked at H.S.B.C. (previously Household Credit Services) since December, 1996. The company employed 2000 people at it's peak. It has maintained a good work life balance program. The company maintains a good work environment."
"I worked for them for 5 years. It started out ok. No advancement of salary increase for 5 years. I did receive great reviews."
"HSBC was possibly the best place I have ever worked. They offered advancement opportunities, incentives, flexibility, excellent benefits, and open communication with management and other staff. The concept Living the Brand taught me a lot about being perceptive to the needs and feelings of others, progressive to help achieve common goals, responsive to ensure clear communication, respectful of others, and being fair. The only downside was that they closed the site."
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