Frantic and short staffed, little time for proper training
Administrator (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 19 July 2017
Unreasonable staff cuts has resulted in frantic environment where support staff are expected to know an extensive lot of controls, regulations, and procedures, with little to no training. During probation period, if mistake occurs, Management does not assist in resolving, but rather shames the staff member in a group environment. Excessive rules become obstacles to onboard new clients. Branch environment somewhat toxic.
Analyst, Corporate Banking (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 18 July 2017
job includes:Credit proposals customer due dilligence managment is adequate culture is not well organized advancement opportunites are not prominent management does not feel supportive of advancement lots of training offered low ceiling, good access to CEO
Senior Manager, Commercial Financial Services (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 June 2017
HSBC is a Schedule II Bank. It is part of British banking giant HSBC one of the largest banking groups in the world. HSBC Canada is the seventh largest bank in Canada, with offices in every province except Prince Edward Island, and is the largest foreign-owned bank in the country
Cloud Architect (Current Employee) – London, UK – 6 May 2017
I currently work with a team of developers to come up with use cases and cloud adoption techniques; to migrate all of the Banks services to the cloud across multiple providers including AWS, Google Cloud, and Cloud Foundry.
Opportunity to learn and work with the latest technologies.
Long Hours and continuous short project deliveries
Other than being an international organization this company is not ideal to work with
Application Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 5 May 2017
Do expect hit by normal big comapny culture (office politics). Complex reporting line structure. Sudden job elimination. Promotion of diveraity / give back to local community at the cost of working overtime.
Flexible wotk hours on certain roles
Not organized work environment. No formal training documentation on certain support roles
Associate Commercial Account Opening (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 11 April 2017
HSBC is a great place work. Good pay and good benefits. Hard work pays well. Community service is encouraged and appreciated. Multicultural place and everyone is well respected. Hardest part is pressure of work - too much to do and hard to complete within the given time.