Employee Review

  1. 5.0
    Former Employee

    Overall great work environment

    Aug 21, 2021 - Customer Service Representative in Florence, SC
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    Pros

    Very good management overall. Good benefits, time off is never an issue as long as you have PTO available. Very flexible and accommodating. PNC immediately sets the tone for a family oriented work environment. It’s very refreshing and impressive all the way up to highest levels of management.

    Cons

    Job can be a stressful at times. 30 minute lunch breaks will never be enough on a high stress job!

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  1. 5.0
    Former Intern, less than 1 year

    PNC Internship

    Oct 16, 2021 - Anonymous Intern 
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    Pros

    Best culture of any bank on the street

    Cons

    Very methodical and process/rules oriented

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  2. 2.0
    Former Employee

    You are expendable

    Sep 30, 2021 - Loan Analyst in Pittsburgh, PA
    Recommend
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    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Work life balance is great as long as you're not a part of middle management (middle management works constantly the minute that they become exempt). Lots of opportunities to work from home, good family leave policy, and schedules are semi-flexible depending upon which department you work in. There are opportunities to volunteer with children/the community which is nice. Most facilities also have cafeterias and some also have free employee parking lots (the facilities with free employee parking lots have long waiting lists to receive a parking pass though).

    Cons

    Pay is low, raises are virtually non-existent, and upper management has no concept of what life is like for people who make less than $100K per year. If you're looking to climb the corporate ladder here, expect cutthroat style competition. Training is TERRIBLE, systems are antiquated, and major changes are often made to products/processes with little notice/explanation and zero employee input. Communication between departments is often hostile and no one wants to take responsibility for problems. Mistakes are made often because many people have no idea what they're doing (through no fault of their own).

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