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November 6, 2021

What is paid time off like at PNC Financial Services Group?

Pros

Great PTO (3 weeks vacation starting out for all employees, federal holidays, 8 sick days, 1 personal day), good work/life balance since PNC doesn't let branch employees work over the 40 hours per week unless it's absolutely necessary, amazing training and resources, overall great people and management

Cons

Branches are moving away from traditional branches (with designated tellers on the teller line and bankers in offices) to modern offices where all employees can do everything, and they're hiring less people in branches because of this. In situations where a few employees are out of the office all at once (for example, if one person is on vacation, one person is too sick to come in, and another is on maternity leave or leave for surgery (and I'm using this as an example because things like this have happened during my time at PNC, especially during covid)), the lack of staffing in branches causes complete chaos, and there's never enough coverage from floats to back us up because no one likes being a float and those employees never end up staying in the position for long. I know people across different branches in both models and have yet to find a PNC employee who likes the modern model. The modern branches also have a new design, and I imagine it's expensive for PNC to flip branches like that. I wish they would use that money to provide more staffing for branches instead. They're filling branches at the bare minimum to save money.

Advice to Management

Use your money to staff branches well instead of flipping branches with the modern look. No one likes the modern branches.

Great PTO (3 weeks vacation starting out for all employees, federal holidays, 8 sick days, 1 personal day), good work/life balance since PNC doesn't let branch employees work over the 40 hours per week unless it's absolutely necessary, amazing training and resources, overall great people and management

November 6, 2021

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August 27, 2020

Does PNC Financial Services Group offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great overall benefit package, one of the few employers with both pension and 401k

Cons

They say they promote from within but they really don't support employee growth. Only care about you for as much as you sell. Pay isn't very competitive

Advice to Management

Make sure middle management actually supports growth and development. Less favoritism would be nice too

Great overall benefit package, one of the few employers with both pension and 401k

August 27, 2020

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February 26, 2020

Does PNC Financial Services Group offer massages?

Pros

good work culture, free coffee

Cons

less salary in pittsburgh pennsylavani, location is not that great

good work culture, free coffee

February 26, 2020

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August 13, 2021

Does PNC Financial Services Group offer dental insurance?

Pros

Great benefits such as starting out with 3 weeks of vacation, 401k, pension, great healthcare including eye, dental, & vision

Cons

Can make more money on base salary at other banks, same goals whether you are in a wealthy area versus a poorer area, will get written up if don’t meet sales quota even though they say they won’t

Great benefits such as starting out with 3 weeks of vacation, 401k, pension, great healthcare including eye, dental, & vision

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April 28, 2021

Does PNC Financial Services Group have a pension plan?

Pros

They have pretty good pay, good benefits, a great culture, and you have a vested pension after 3 years. They match 4% for 401K and give about 3 weeks vacation time. Everyone is incredibly friendly and actively work to help each other.

Cons

There really aren't any that I can think of.

They have pretty good pay, good benefits, a great culture, and you have a vested pension after 3 years.

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