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Good company- good growth and work culture however very hierarchial and due to some senior management the entire environment is very biased. Good internal opportunities for growth prevails however but the background verification process is long and tedious.
Managing existing corporate clients in and around Delhi NCR Tapping new business in the aforementioned region. Cross selling of new products to existing clients. Handling new enquires through digital channel related to services for HSBC products and services through different mediums such as : bank bazar Handling customer grievances Assisting in organizing activities across various corporates.
HSBC is a great place to work and has been provided with required facilities to work and fun at work place, with the introduction of healthiest human system and work life balance provided more comfortable working with the team. Learning modules provide great experience in improve individually and along with team.
I joined HSBC on Fixed Term Contract and completed contract on 11th July, 2019. However, would like to rejoin HSBC on permanent role as its a Be st Organization in the World to spend our career. I am really missing HSBC.
Best Employee Policy & Treatment
Best Corporate Environment
The management of Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance Company is very supportive and being part of the Company I was given great learning opportunities.
Both Indian side of company and the management is laid back with regard to the employee's increments in knowledge and their motivation to grow further. it isn't surprising people stayed for more than 8 years on the same role or same department.
laid back attitude for both employees and management; poor in technology
Though work culture is god at HSBC, due to long distance travelling had to quit. Non coperative and non supportive management. Management skills has fallen over a period of time. HSBC was a best place to work, but now it is no more a best place to work.
HSBC brings its own suite of challenges on a daily basis for its employees and specially finance professionals, with ever increasing list of stat and regulatory requirement, but it's hard to feel monotonous in HSBC with their exciting job profiles and independent challenges thrown out to employees. The technical learning available in the organisation is vast and I have personally seen multiple people completely changing their professional lives in a matter of 2-3 years. I would call HSBC a gold mine of nurturing talent and shaping the career of individuals.
Learning, compensation, Culture
At times you just run out of time to complete the deliverables
An organisation which values its employees and maintains standards for a conducive work environment. The structure is very similar to most UK companies, providing a stable base for an individual to pursue his/her career.
Work Life Balance