HSBC a wonderful and enjoiable place to work
Mortgage Processor (Former Employee) – Tonawanda, NY – January 24, 2015
When I was assigned at HSBC Bank USA as a Part-time temporary employee . I started my typical day processing retail applicants for future mortgage holders and archiving individuals processed files.
Every six months I would advanced in my job. I later advanced to Contacting Customers, Preparing and Submitting Appraisals to Customers and Lawyers, Processing Commitment Letters, Verifying Credit Reports and Closing Mortgage Account.
I really enjoyed my Supervisors, they helped my growth in the position. They provide me with so much education and advancement at HSBC. They started me off making $9.00 per hour and after 2 years of working there they gave me a $1.00 raise every six months. By the time I left HSBC, I was making $12.00 per hour. They offered me a full-time position, unfortunately I was attending college full-time and could only work a part-time position to help with my college funding.
The hardest part about the job was the heavy work load. Sometime, we would process over 40-50 applications and commitment letters per night. There were times that, we would work from 4:00pm until 12 or 1am in the morning. HSBC required that all boxes were empty, before leaving at night.
I really enjoyed working at HSBC as a temporary employee, the staff was very friendly and gave lot of guidance to all the employees. I think the thing I enjoyed most are the Birthday and the Christmas parties, the promotions and the raises.
lots of parties, free food and cafeteria and vending machines on site, off site christmas parties with free photos, food and drinks, security and enjoyible staff
long hours, heavy work loads