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HSBC is a great place to work. I joined HSBC as a fresher and HSBC treated me well. Your ideas and opinions are heard no matter what your position or experience is. You'll be given several opportunities to grow and showcase your work. Your career goal is acknowledged by your manager and he/she helps you achieve it.
HSBC has a good workplace culture and works on good technologies. The team i am woking with is great. Since HSBC follows Agile methodology, so a typical day at work stats with a stand up. As a software engineer one is responsible for delivering 8-11 story points every sprint.
Productive culture and the learning curve are high. I have explored a lot of things ane able to survive the client's need. Worked extensively in mainframe technologies, which comprise VSAM, COBOL, DB2 and JCL. Prepared test cases in all test regions like SIT and successfully did the production deployment process. Designed and developed CSR's as per business requirements and used JIRA, Kanban board and Scum methodology to log assigned requests
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HSBC is my first company in which I have learned a lot, I have learned many new things n HSBC's culture is very good here as well as work is done with entertainment, in which I have participated many times and learned a lot there is a workshop in which I have been consistently participating and learning a lot. According to me, HSBC is a WOMEN supportive company as well
I had joined as a fresher. I have been working in HSBC for 2.8 years. The workplace culture is employee friendly . I have learned technical knowledge and developed the ability to put in dedicated efforts to achieve the targets . Which provided appreciation in returns and motivated further to betterment.
A typical day at work would involve regular stand-ups, development, testing, conference calls, occasional presentations. I learned quite a bit about production support, data analysis and visualization. The management was always supportive and collaborative. The workplace culture was nice and well balanced.
Doesn't bother to cross check the feedback / rumours. Participated in a crime by withholding feedback and refusing to appraise the individual of his situation. Got involved in violating constitutional rights. Have a problem acknowledging / apoligising / explaining actions. Colludes with other employers in creating false feedback. Prefers coverups to corrections. -- Corrupt set of people.