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What is the organisational culture at HSBC?

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Extremely weird

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Co-operative

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Complex but friendly at certain levels. Overly bureaucratic. Senior levels more political with little ownership (unless going well or is visible to higher tier). Very much geared to who you know and what you say rather what you do for career progression.

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Very busy,hectic and friendly

Answered - Accounts Payable/Expenses Administrator (Former Employee) - London, Greater London

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Very little communication from management, poor teamwork

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - England

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Worked under the CIO

Answered - Change Manager (Former Employee) - London

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Passive aggressive and bureaucratic

Answered - Risk Manager (Former Employee) - London, Greater London

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Culture at HSBC is open to ideas and different cultures, independent , low risk appetite , strict controls and applying all anti money laundry tools

Answered - Premier wealth and retail manager (Current Employee) - Alexandria , Egypt

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Complex and multi-tiered

Answered - Customer correspondence manager (Current Employee) - London, Greater London

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Global business, so dealt with customers and staff from all over the world, gave an insight into different cultures

Answered - Temporary contract (Former Employee) - Whitefield, Greater Manchester

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