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"As a research analyst I have done different tasks from computer support to resource management."
"That's not what I'd even say that I considered myself. No, in fact - I'd say that I'm more of a Statistician, who will sometimes fulfill the role of a research analyst, if that is what a company needs. However, that is not what I'd call myself obviously - and I think that I would fit almost any role with the title Analyst or Research in it, depending on the context and industry."
"I hated working for a supervisor that had no clue what he was doing!"
"The one thing I really loved at Broadreach is that it is a really friendly place to work, and due to the small size of the company, even as an intern, I had access to communicate directly with the CEO, with questions and suggestions. You can work your full potential here, and there's always work for someone who is willing to do more than just the regular tasks. However, sometimes, it is hard to get credit for the work you do exceptionally well, and you have to make sure that your manager knows."
What do you like about working at HSBC?
"They are fair with personnal time off. Work hours/most of benefits are ok"
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"You should really consider looking elsewhere for employment with a company that has a future."
What don't you like about working at HSBC?
"no growth, atmosphere is very negative. Reverse discrimination limits growth"
What suggestions do you have for management?
"I have no comment in this subject area because the company is closing it s US offices"
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