All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Hargreaves Lansdown employees based on 15 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.7/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.1/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.1/5
 
Company Culture:
3.8/5
 
Career Progression:
3.7/5
 
Colleagues:
3.9/5
 
Training:
3.2/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Rotational Graduate Scheme Job Title: Graduate Trainee

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety of the role.
Access to senior management.
Challenging work with lots of opportunities.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Various Job Title: Graduate Trainee

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety - no two days are the same.
Opportunity.
Responsibility is given to take on big projects in lots of different roles.
Great learning opportunities throughout the scheme.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Human Resources Job Title: People Strategy Officer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

My day to day is varied so always being challenged and learning and developing is great.
The team and people around the company are great and incredibly supportive.

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Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Rotational Job Title: Graduate Trainee

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Rotating around the business gives you an amazing opportunity to understand how all the different areas of the business function and how they are interlinked.
The work you do is genuinely important to the business and you are given side projects of high priority for the company.
You also have access to senior personnel within the business from early on so get a chance to make a good impression and a strong network.

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Average number of working hours: 9

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Application Advice:

Make sure you research the company and understand how it works.
Make yourself stand out.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.
Know the company.
Know what you want and why you want it.

Graduate Trainee, Rotational Graduate Scheme at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Application Advice:

Be genuine, do your research, think about the value you bring to the company.

Interview Advice:

Be genuine, don't try to second guess what answers people are looking for, be prepared - think about the transferrable skills you have (i.e. teamworking/problem solving etc.) and think of good examples to share. Don't be afraid to say you aren't sure of the answer to something but give your initial thoughts based on what you do know.

People Strategy Officer, Human Resources at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Application Advice:

An application should be tailored to the company after research has been done. Keep the cv short and use the covering letter and application questions to show you understand the company and the values of the company.

Interview Advice:

Be honest. The very nature of a graduate scheme is that no candidate will be perfect but HL are looking for people who understand this, and areas they need to develop on, as this is a sign of someone who is keen to work and improve.

Graduate Trainee, Rotational at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Application Advice:

Make sure you read our website so you can make your application relevant. There's nothing worse than a generic application that someone has clearly sent out for 20 different Grad Schemes.

Interview Advice:

Have examples of times you've done well in previous roles and challenges you've overcome. If you're applying straight from uni, it doesn't need to be a "work" example. It could be a time you've been a mentor, set up a society or worked on a group project.

Graduate Trainee, Graduate Scheme at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Application Advice:

Candidates must express interest for finance- don't need to be an expert at this stage! Need to show ambition, a willingness to learn and work hard.
Advantageous to be interested in gaining extra qualifications.

Interview Advice:

Was asked general questions about items on my CV.
There were also various competency based questions.

Graduate Trainee, at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Application Advice:

In general, you should apply to a select number of companies, research them well, and provide a tailored and well thought out application.

Interview Advice:

Don't feel the need to rush to respond. A considered answer is always preferable.

Head of Business Intelligence, Finance at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Application Advice:

Display a willingness to learn. The graduate scheme requires individuals that can pick up new skills quickly and efficiently.

Interview Advice:

In order to stand out at the interview, candidates must fully understand how our company has historically operated and generated revenue. Additionally they need to know how the company plans to evolve in the short to medium term, information that is freely available within the company's yearly reports.

Financial Analyst, Accounts at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Application Advice:

We place great weight on the covering letter and so make sure to really articulate your passion for the company and the role. This maybe the only opportunity to differentiate yourself from other candidates and so really think about how to convince us that you want the job, and why we should want you.

Interview Advice:

Be sure to really understand Hargreaves Lansdown before coming for interview. Almost above all else, it is vital that our employees really want to work at the company and this must shine through. Equally the scheme is somewhat unusual in it's sheer breadth of experiences and therefore not right for everyone. Make sure to find out how the scheme works and be able to articulate why you want to join it.

Junior Systems Analyst, IT at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Application Advice:

Really take your time to research HL and understand what we do, what sets us apart from out competitors. Have ideas about the strategy or vision you see for HL in the long term.

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Best:

Young company
Sociable
Big company, with a small entrepreneurial feel
All employees in one office
Access to senior managers

Graduate Trainee, Rotational Graduate Scheme at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Best:

The people, exposure to senior management, opportunity for development and getting involved in projects that interest you

Worst:

Legacy tech challenges and the workload is heavy

People Strategy Officer, Human Resources at Hargreaves Lansdown
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Best:

What they put into their employees. As well as one of our values being "put the client first", the company also really puts its people at the heart of what it does. There's a great benefit scheme and they encourage you (and pay for you) to take external exams.

Worst:

It's a big company and is in the process of modernising. There are a examples of a "that's how we've always done it" mentality, but it's definitely getting much better.

Graduate Trainee, Graduate Scheme at Hargreaves Lansdown
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