HSBC is committed to excellence, integrity, and success. We hire people with global insight- people who are highly motivated, disciplined, and service-oriented.
We provide training opportunities, an automated work environment, and an attractive remuneration package which recognizes and rewards excellent performance.
See how far you can fulfill your potential. Be part of HSBC's dynamic team of professionals who provide excellent service to customers worldwide.
HSBC has now been rendering 131 years of financial service excellence in the Philippines. Join our team by sending your full resume and recent 2x2 photograph, together with a letter outlining your suitability for your choice of position.
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AVP Strategic Resourcing
3058 Fifth Avenue West
Bonifacio Global City
1634 Taguig City
The jobholder is responsible for achievement of sales targets through the branch.
This would involve:
The jobholder will be responsible for achievement of individual monthly sales targets
Join the HSBC team of professionals who service customers over the telephone and work in operation areas that support branches, credit cards, and other businesses of HSBC.
Qualified applicants will undergo a selection process which includes series of tests and interviews.
We do not discriminate on grounds of age, gender, color, race, ethnicity, language, caste, creed, economic or social status or disability. Being the world’s local bank, we value the diversity of the markets in which we operate. Diversity is central to the HSBC brand image and is an integral part of ensuring our people’s growth. We recognize that having a workforce that broadly reflects the composition of the local communities in which we operate places us in a unique position to understand and respond to the needs of our customers. We thus use diversity as a competitive differentiator, both in employment and in customer markets. Diversity initiatives and programs are driven by our Diversity Committee, which comprises senior executives from across the company. While the Committee focuses on a broad range issues, its main areas of focus are:
A number of affirmative actions have been taken by the bank, and will continue to be taken, to support gender diversity. These include maternity, paternity and adoption leave, flexible working hours, late night transportation and much more.
Certain categories of job have been identified as suitable for physically challenged individuals, such as phone banking operators in our call centers (for movement impaired only); data processing staff (for movement and hearing impaired); and telephone operators (for visually impaired).
We categorize “underprivileged” as being orphans and destitute individuals. We assist these individuals by engaging in projects that provide short-term training internships. The internships are targeted at those graduates who will gain from exposure to the banking industry. After their training, they are eligible to apply to join the bank (or any other entity) on a temporary or full-time basis and will be considered for employment based on merit and availability of suitable vacancies.
1. The Company affirms the recognition that its competitiveness is interlinked with the well being of all sections of the
2. The Company believes that equal opportunity in employment for all sections of society is a component of its growth and
competitiveness. It further believes that inclusive growth is a component of growth and development of the country.
3. The Company affirms the recognition that diversity to reflect socially disadvantaged sections of the society in
the workplace has a positive impact on business.
4. The Company will not practice nor support conscious discrimination in any form.
5. The Company does not bias employment away from applicants belonging to disadvantaged sections of society if
such applicants possess competitive skills and job credentials as made public.
6. The Company's selection of business partners is not based on any considerations other than normal business
parameters. In case of equal business offers, the Company will select a business partner belonging to a
socially disadvantaged section of society.
7. The Company has / will have a written policy statement on Affirmative Action in the workplace.
8. The Company has / will have an employment policy that is in the public domain. It may place such policies and
employment opportunities on its website to encourage applications from socially disadvantaged sections of society.
9. The Company makes / will make all efforts for upskilling and continual training of employees from socially
disadvantaged sections of society in order to enhance their capabilities, and competitive skills.
10. The Company has / will have a partnership program with educational institution/s to support and aid students
from socially disadvantaged sections of society.
11. The Company has / will have a senior executive accountable to the CEO to oversee and promote its Affirmative
Action policies and programs. The senior executive presents / will present a biannual report to the Board
of the Company about such policies and programs.
12. The Company further has a policy to maintain records on Affirmative Action.
13. The Company makes available its learning and experiences as a good corporate citizen in Affirmative Action to
other companies desiring to incorporate such policies in their own business.