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.
Full benefits and employer contributes to HSA each pay period. 401K with employer contribution. 15 vacation days with 1 personal day per year.
Health insurance is expensive, but there is a PNC match on both the HSA and 401k
Vacation buy option is great, especially for employees that have not accrued more than 3 weeks. Dental insurance is okay, medical is a high deductible plan. Certain locations have on-site childcare and nursing rooms for moms.
I appreciated the flexibility provided in my position. Rising healthcare costs are always a negative.
3% pension plus 4% 401k
Really great and competitive with the other players in Finance. 3 Weeks Vacation. 1 Personal Day. 6 Occasional Absence Days. Bank Holidays. Health Saving Account for completing wellness incentives. Education assistance. The list goes on and on!
Paid vacation and holidays, pretty good insurance benefits, free account, employee stock was matched up to 4%
Vacation accumulated slowly and is non-existent for part time employees. Almost no unpaid time off is available. Management seems to get a ton of vacation because they were always away and not on work trips.
The best part of the benefits package is the Health Savings Account. The company will contribute to the account along with any contribution you make.
the health plans are very expensive
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.