• An HSBC manager has vowed to stop putting up with 's*** at work' after having a heart attack

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    A HSBC branch in NYC.
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    A HSBC IT manager has written about how having a heart attack has made him re-assess his work.
    He said he would spend more time with family and less on Zoom - and urged others to follow suit.
    Staff at other banks including Goldman Sachs have recently spoken out about burnout.
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    An IT program manager at banking giant HSBC has said he'll stop spending so many hours on Zoom after having a heart attack while working. In a LinkedIn post that went viral , Jonathan Frostick, 45...
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