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Everyone cares about my career development

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Current Employee - Business Systems Analyst  in  Cleveland, OH
Current Employee - Business Systems Analyst in Cleveland, OH

I have been working at PNC Financial Services Group full-time

Pros

I have layers of mentors, managers, and coworkers who support my personal and professional growth. Large benefits package includes domestic partner benefits, childcare, patial tuition assistance, commuter benefits, flexible working hours etc. in addition to healthcare, dental, vision, etc.

Cons

Work isn't as challenging as I'd like it to be. Tuition assistance is too small to attend a top school. Office location isn't ideal.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

If you want bright young leaders, recruit from top schools, ensure work is challenging enough, pay attention to diversity, value top education. I would rather commit to working at PNC for the next ten years and get more financial assistance towards an MBA at Wharton or Booth than earn a less useful degree and in a cheaper and less prestigious program.

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    Wonderful company but awful compensation

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    Current Employee - Teller  in  Woodland Park, NJ
    Current Employee - Teller in Woodland Park, NJ

    I have been working at PNC Financial Services Group full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The community feel of working with a bank and helping its customers is truly a wonderful experience. The training sessions they held were effective, the coaching managers gave was constructive, and overall pretty great.

    Cons

    Working for a financial institution, you would expect not to be so financially destitute. PNC claims they are really churning out great numbers of profit but also at employees' expenses. Not only did I recieve a low salary pay, but corporate discontinued bonuses, and imposed commission decreases, which I found is unfair.

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    I think the employees are undervalued. Especially the teller side, they're the front line of the company and are treated like the gum on the bottom of a shoe. Corporate thinks the sales consultants are the only one who bring in business but in actuality it's the tellers who bring the business to the sales reps.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Poor excuse for a Wealth Management offering. Incompetent management

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    Current Employee - Vice President  in  Millburn, NJ
    Current Employee - Vice President in Millburn, NJ

    I have been working at PNC Financial Services Group full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Having a hard time thinking of any due to the disappointment in the company. But there are a few, they have ambitions, but can't execute on them. They are very involved in the community

    Cons

    Archaic technology, frugal in supply/resource spending.

    PNC Wealth Management is by far, the must unhealthy and unprofessional work environment I have been involved in during my 10+ year career. The environment is not only chaotic and driven by drama but it is all filled with gossip obsessed, immature individuals who operate with what they believe is a “cut-throat” mentality but in actuality it is childlike behavior that leads to poor results, lack of production and failed business plans. There is no sense of direction given from upper management which leads to a free for all and a scramble for answers any time an issue arises. The only way to get ahead is to "yes" the under qualified senior management to death. There is a lack of quality employees and work produced which is evident by the fact that clients pull their money out of the bank quite frequently. Management hires with an outsourcing-type mentality- they only hire cheap labor, with a lack of ability in order to give the appearance that the job is getting done. Once the employees catch on to this cyclical pattern they move on or are replaced immediately. There is no room to develop your skills, perfect your art and truly produce quality work because at PNC Wealth Management, they are only concerned with “putting a bandage over the wound” rather than actually healing it. Appearing to produce results is far more important than actually producing results. I would not recommend working here to anyone with an interest in longevity or the ambition to succeed in the Wealth Management business.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    PNC Wealth Management is by far, the must unhealthy and unprofessional work environment I have been involved in during my 10+ year career. The environment is not only chaotic and driven by drama but it is all filled with gossip obsessed, immature individuals who operate with what they believe is a “cut-throat” mentality but in actuality it is childlike behavior that leads to poor results, lack of production and failed business plans. There is no sense of direction given from upper management which leads to a free for all and a scramble for answers any time an issue arises. The only way to get ahead is to "yes" the under qualified senior management to death. There is a lack of quality employees and work produced which is evident by the fact that clients pull their money out of the bank quite frequently. Management hires with an outsourcing-type mentality- they only hire cheap labor, with a lack of ability in order to give the appearance that the job is getting done. Once the employees catch on to this cyclical pattern they move on or are replaced immediately. There is no room to develop your skills, perfect your art and truly produce quality work because at PNC Wealth Management, they are only concerned with “putting a bandage over the wound” rather than actually healing it. Appearing to produce results is far more important than actually producing results. I would not recommend working here to anyone with an interest in longevity or the ambition to succeed in the Wealth Management business.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
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