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PNC Financial Services Group Rocky Mount, NC

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Mortgage Origination Loan Officer

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PNC Financial Services Group President and Chief Executive Officer William S. Demchak
William S. Demchak
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    Advancement seems only possible by constantly changing jobs.

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    Current Employee - Fulfillment Analyst in Rocky Mount, NC
    Current Employee - Fulfillment Analyst in Rocky Mount, NC

    I have been working at PNC Financial Services Group full-time (More than 8 years)

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    Doesn't Recommend
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    It is actually a bank, as advertised.


    PNC specializes in micromanagement and seemingly cares more about statistics than it does how things actually get done. PNC seems to be so big that many processes and procedures have become redundant and inefficient. Despite doing your job for years and glowing yearly reviews, you still need to account for how you spend your time each day, even when the employee is extremely efficient and work gets done ahead of schedule. Regardless of years of service, or knowledge and skills in your role, pay is not competitive, and a 1% to 1.5% pay increase does not fill employees with a sense of worth. The chair you sit in costs more than the pay increase you'll receive. The bank will cut costs you didn't even know it could cut, but pay seemingly increases at a snails pace. Those who get bonuses have decided that the rest of the employees do not, despite billion dollar profits each year.

    Advice to Management

    Sending employees mugs and pens throughout the year is great, but employees need money to pay their bills. Institute an incentive plan based on personal and business performance that gives employees something to work towards, and stay engaged.

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