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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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HSBC bought out HFC and I stayed with the company

Answered - Inbound Unit Manager (Former Employee) - Chesapeake, VA

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It took 2 weeks to get hired and you had to take a urine test.

Answered - Account Specialist, Collections (Former Employee) - Sioux Falls, SD

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A candidate can expect there will be several interviews
Human Resources will follow up with candidate after the inteview
Overall...process 60 days

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Arlington Heights, IL

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Background check with the federal government. It takes about a week to get hired and another week to complete the background check. Y

Answered - Collections Representative (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV

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I was hired through a temp agency, you work for 3 months, then you get hired, then in 90 days you qualify for benefits.

Answered - Records Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) - Elmhurst, IL

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It's about a 30 day process. There are 3 sets of interviews and assessment test that you have to score 80% or more to be considered.

Answered - Collections Representative (Former Employee) - Chesapeake, VA

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I interviewed during an open job fair in 2005 and received a job offer within a week.

Answered - Research - Office of the President (Former Employee) - Cheektowaga, NY

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It took about 4 months after I applied. I had an interview with a manager and then a second interview to acquire the job.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Brandon, FL

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About 2 months

Answered - Branch Relationship Manager (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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It takes quite a bit because there are lots of pre-employment vetting to ensure you are really the person you claim to be and that you truly are a good fit for the company

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