Senior Vice President (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – September 1, 2017
A lot of opportunity for growth with the most opportunity in their headquarters. They provide flexibility in working from home depending on the department you work in. They promote an inclusive environment.
Teller (Former Employee) – Ashland, KY – August 31, 2017
They're very pushy with sales . It's like you're almost begging the customer to sign up for a credit card and etc. I loved my customers and my job. The only thing that was stressful was sells. Your job depended on it.
I love the people I worked with
Branch manager was very snobby and only cared about her wealthy customers
With the internship, it was meant to be a ten week interview on both sides and after spending my time there I did not enjoy being there. I never saw my boss, the work was almost non existent. I waited weeks for software and I had to figure out how to work for the company on my own. PNC has a lot of positive going for them but the experience I had there was unbelievably unproductive.
Employee Relations Info Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – August 31, 2017
There was quite a lot of opportunity to advance and learn skills on the job. Good benefits. I met a lot of very good people working there and have since kept some as my friends after leaving PNC. I loved that PNC allows their employees to volunteer during work hours. I also took the opportunity many times volunteering during working hours and still was paid for the hours I was away from work. I like their Grow up Great program.
Benefits, time off, inclusion, advancement
Many managers for such small groups of employees in my experience.
Financial Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Viera, FL – August 30, 2017
Low pay but if you are a strong seller you can make great incentive quarterly and for great customer service. A typical day includes outbound calling clients and setting appointments. Upper management always wants more from you without giving you the "title" you might deserve and still wants you to complete your own goals. If you don't like sells stay away.
Fast Past, Competative all the time. Expectations were very high with no real rewards. Loved meeting all my clients. Had many managers while I was employed by PNC. No real leadership that you could connect with and push you along.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – August 30, 2017
instead of offering more traing or allowing you to switch to a new manager while in training knowing there were issues between you and the managre they just let you go and then they black ball you from applying for 6 months and other people wont give you the time of day in an interview because your reseaning for being let go is its just not gonna work...
health benifits mostly freindly people
if the manager you are assined dont get along with you you are done
Very fast paced at times. I learned all areas of the check incoding department. Management could be poor at times. The hardest part of the job was when it was slow and learning to deal with different people as a team. The most enjoyable part of the job was the job became like a second family.
There was always a great worklife balanace and the company was always sending out things to be involved in on a large scale for community involvement for the employees it was fantastic. You really felt like you had a family at work.
Employee (Former Employee) – Moorestown, NJ – August 28, 2017
Very high in discrimination, poor management style specially among supervisors hiding their inefficiencies by coercing employees who are knowledgeable of the job, very poor in giving training, and follow-up; supports/patronizes harassment/bullying on the floor. No advancement. Supervisors themselves do not follow the company policies with regards to processing of customers accounts-HIPAA violations.
discrimination, do not follow procedures; patronizes bullying