We value teamwork, integrity and quality of life. You can be proud to work at PNC, and we want to help you fulfill your career goals. We offer a range of valuable benefits to cover your health care needs as well as other aspects of your life, now and into the future. 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:
*PNC temporary employees, including interns, are not eligible for benefits coverage
To learn more, visit www.pncbenefits.com
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.
Vacation benefits are the best. 3 weeks in the door and a opportunity to buy up to a week after 2 years
There are plenty of options for benefits as a full time employee. Medical, vision, dental, there are plenty of options based on what you can afford. The only negative is if you are a part time employee, you aren't eligible until you've been with the company for a year.
Two healths plans are offered. I Haven't fully tested to to give a rating yet. So far had no problems setting up an appointment with my regular doctor and my specialist took my health insurance. Paid vacation and vacations are great. Most major holidays we were off a paid for. 15 vacation days, 1 personal day, and a separate amount of sick days. Not sure how many though. 401k not bad either. Too new for PNC to match but I they do. They also have a Pension Plan that They match a certain percentage. Not sure how much, but it starts in your 3rd year with them.
three weeks vacation, multiple heath packages to choose from, and yearly raises.
Health benefits, the deductible out of pocket is way to high.
No benefits package given to part time employees except in that they had an option for the 401k Defered or the 457 where they matched it.
Had decent coverage for medical insurance. Went on maternity leave but never returned.
The best thing is we have insurance. and if you have a big bill you'll be ok. The worst is the high deductible. . Basic stuff will kill your pockets.
pension and the 401 k was nice
The best thing about working for PNC is that they are very generous with vacation time. That being said, they pay their employees DISMALLY low compared to other banks. I came to PNC having already earned my Bachelor's degree and they initially offered me a full-time base salary of $28,000 (pre-tax; not a joke) to be the branch switcher, meaning I work on both the teller and banking side at a traditional branch (bankers and tellers are separate). Had I been hired to do literally the same job at a universal branch (branch where all employees have both teller and banking capabilities) I'd be making about $10k more. I was beyond insulted and mortified that after negotiating, they barely came up to a measley $30k. This embarrassingly low pay does not even allow me to put anything into a 401k plan. It is very disappointing and discouraging to work for an employer who pushes you to do the most for your client's financial well-being, yet they don't care about the financial well being of their own employees and clearly do not value higher education. The sad reality is that I could go be a manager at a fast food joint and make more money than I do at PNC.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.