PNC Financial Services Group

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PNC Financial Services Group Benefits

3.2 out of 5 (49 comments)
Most talked about benefits
  • Health Insurance

    "High deductible plan with HSA only. They try to sell the HSA as an investment benefit but it is my money paying for it, the bank only contributes a…" (20 comments)

  • 401K Plan

    "Nothing special and is average at best." (5 comments)

  • Retirement Plan

    "No pension plan here just a very small cash benefit based on salary. Much weaker than previous bank where I worked for many years." (3 comments)

We care about our employees and their quality of life. Our comprehensive benefits package* offers a variety of options and choices, including part-time benefits, to meet individual needs. Employees may be able to take advantage of the following programs:

• Medical and Prescription Drug Coverage
• Dental and Vision Coverage
• Spending Accounts
• 401(k) and Pension Plan
• Life Insurance and Disability Coverage
• Educational Assistance Program
• Vacation, Holidays, and Paid Time Off
• Employee Stock Purchase Plan
• Flexible Work Arrangements

*PNC temporary employees, including interns, are not eligible for benefits coverage

To learn more about PNC, visit www.pnc.jobs.

PNC provides equal employment opportunity to qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or other category protected by law.

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Benefits Summary

  • High % reporting
  • Medium % reporting
  • Low % / No reports
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Insurance, Health & Wellness

Financial & Retirement

Family & Parenting

Vacation & Time Off

Perks & Discounts

  • Employee Discount
  • Free Lunch or Snacks
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Gym Membership
  • Commuter Checks & Assistance
  • Pet Friendly Workplace
  • Mobile Phone Discount
  • Company Car
  • Company Social Events
  • Travel Concierge
  • Legal Assistance

Professional Support

Employee Comments

  • Dec 26, 2014
    Former Customer Service Representative in Louisville, Kentucky

    The benefits package was great.

  • Dec 2, 2014
    Former Vice President Product Manager in Cleveland, Ohio

    The overall benefits package is pretty good and competitive within the industry. Employees are eligible for many different types of benefits and perks. Lots of options for employees to from. All medical plans are now high deductible health plans connected to health savings accounts.

  • Dec 16, 2014
    Current Relationship Manager in Washington, District of Columbia

    Worst: Will not pay for cell phone usage even if business related, high deductible health plan with HSA only, Very small retirement benefit, no pension plan. 3 year vesting on 401K and weak retirement benefit. Average vacation allowance. Supplemental life insurance is weak. Best: Paid holidays

  • Dec 3, 2014
    Current Modeling Analyst II in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    The vesting period for retirement benefits is 3 years (too long) for a modest 4% match of our salary.

  • Nov 29, 2014
    Former Employee in Miamisburg, Ohio

    able to get time off easily, but don't be surprized if you are working on your day off

  • Nov 27, 2014
    Former Administrative Coordinator in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Best - Paid vacation days increased from 2 weeks per year to 3 weeks per year after 5 years of service.

    Worst - Health care coverage changed drastically in 2014 from 2013 with the implementation of Obama's Health Care.

  • Nov 6, 2014
    Current Employee in Washington, District of Columbia

    401 K is 4%. Time off is Bank holidays and 7 days your first year. The health plan, dental, and vision, are definitely satisfactory.

  • Nov 10, 2014
    Former Teller in Blank, Maryland

    Benefits were very costly and getting worse all the time.

  • Nov 27, 2014
    Former core card consultant in Whitehall, Ohio

    there is no benefits within the company

  • Nov 26, 2014
    Former Employee in Washington, District of Columbia

    Medical benefits are terrible. For a single person with dependents your deductible is $2,500 or $5,000 (depending on the level of monthly payment you choose). You have to pay the deductible before you receive any benefit even for prescription medications. I felt I was practically self-insured with the level of out of pocket expenses I had to pay.

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