HSBC HR are notoriously known for how slow they are in processing anything. You will receive a response, but be prepared to wait.
Answered - Senior Customer Services Officer (Former Employee) - London, Greater London
You will receive a letter and a call if you are unsuccessful.
Answered - Credit officer (Current Employee) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire
No emails received
Answered - Financial fraud detection officer (Current Employee) - IN
I believe they notify all applicants whether successful or not
Answered - Customer Service Officer and cashier (Former Employee) - Doncaster
I received communication through personal channels and then from an employment agency rather than from HSBC HR. All communications were via email.
Answered - Senior Programme Manager (Former Employee) - London, Greater London
I am not sure of their procedure for this process however in my experience, I had a face to face interview and was brought back in for an assessment before I was hired.
Answered - Personal Banker (Former Employee) - Bermuda
You do receive an email, from what I have heard.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Swansea, Swansea
This will depend on the department you are applying for. My best advice would be to contact the recruitment team directly. Also if you're applying for "Premier Service Manager" role in Birmingham my advice would be to avoid.
Answered - PSM (Premier Service Manager) (Former Employee) - Birmingham, West Midlands
Depends on the hiring manager.
Answered - Head Programme and Project Mgmt, Investigations (Former Employee) - London, Greater London