Learned a lot from the Company
Giving financial consultation to custom
opening new account, credit cards and all type of loans
The most enjoyable part of this job is helping customer with their financial needs with the best fit for them
Branch Manager Sr./ VP (Former Employee) - Sterling, VA - March 17, 2020
Upbeat environment that requires plenty of attention to detail and time management skills. Consumer facing and high traffic times early in the morning and evening. Best part of the job was helping people improve their financial life.
I will always recommend this company to anyone because this company actually helped me grow in my scrum career. The hardest part of the work was our daily stand-ups since we had distributed team but at the end its always enjoyable.
Personal Banker (BSSA) (Former Employee) - Germantown, MD - February 26, 2020
All my coworkers were great to work with. I got to meet many new personalities while working with PNC. It is very diverse in the group of individuals they hire. PNC gave me my first official job and it was a pleasant experience overall.
Assistant Branch Manager (Former Employee) - Fairfax, VA - November 14, 2019
Work is only fun if the team is engaged which makes the customers engaged, which in turn gets you more excited to do your job = More Money = Hopefully all customers give you 5 star reviews! = If you get anything lower, you Bonus disappears = Trash.
Summary: Compared to other banks... Little Money, A lot of work, benefits are great, bonuses are fantastic (only if you get 5 star reviews), and they train you really well. I mean, REALLY WELL.
Teller II (Former Employee) - Georgetown, DC - November 3, 2019
The experience I had at this company was initially good. Then the new branch manager came in and created a hostile work environment. He pushed us in the wrong ways and created hostility among the lowest paid workers. He promised training and advancement then put delays on co-workers rather than making clear the circumstances of delays. Misunderstandings that could have been prevented turned into employee conflicts. He gossiped with certain employees and clients and was generally unprofessional.
I believe a company should be graded on how they treat customers and employees. I worked at this location and I was forced to watch the door half my day everyday and was told that my numbers would double everyday and they WANTED me to feel stressed out and overloaded so I would produce better numbers. I was as a new employee only 4 weeks in this branch told off and humiliated in front of a customer because I didn’t know how to do it ( I was told I got it when I didn’t. when I tried to object I was than told u got it like it’s easy A second time. During this process I tried to ask my branch manager for help (you know so I can do it right) but she was chatting with a friend instead of offering assistance. Turns out I didn’t Open an account correctly and literally got told off infront of the customer and humiliated.) I had enough of the lack of training and that awful experience made me contact HR but With me being within the 90 day period I felt I didn’t matter because it took over a week for a response. I ended up calling her out and the branch manager came in and tried to blame it on me not trying to listen to there “teachings”. They would threaten me about 90 days coming up and me having to take it seriously. Keep in mind I literally had to stand in the lobby half of my day. I was setup for failure and humilated and harassed ( they would tell me I can’t touch my beard and talk about how I would sit when making calls). I was fired for refusing to take there training and produce numbers. I was told it’s like a retail store if u don’t like it you give it back. Than she fired me. - more...
I have been very successful here. Avoid working with Pam in The Montgomery county Area. They point out more of negative impact than Recognizing success.
There are a lot of positive people willing to help you.
Teller Supervisor (Former Employee) - Vienna, VA - May 24, 2019
The job was very insecure and a lot of sales pressures. The local management was very uncooperative. To get advise from the management was always discouraged and shrugged off saying " take responsibility". Specially for new employee, the help and professional assistance from the local management was none. Too much responsibility with too little training and assistance. The division of responsibility was not fair and evenly shared.
- My co-workers was the main reason why I didn't leave right away. They were nice and helpful.
- Management was a mess. We didn't have a manager for 6+ months.
- The branch that I worked at was very busy and understaffed.
- Always running out of supplies. For instance, deposit and withdrawal slips, pens, cups, etc.
- No paid time off for part-time until you've worked there for a year.
- They'll also fire if you do one thing wrong without any warnings. I've seen it happen to two of my co-workers.
Work is okay. The job is for someone who is good at selling and making referrals. If you are not good at selling, do not join the job. They pressure you to sell accounts and if you don't meet requirements, you risk getting fired. Strict company. Overall, work is slow at times but can get busy at times. Boring job. Sitting all day.
Company is focused on customers.
Company provides state of the art technology to assist its customers with their banking.
The company does a great job making it motto of ease confidence and achievement in assisting it diverse business and personal client.
Good company making progress
Teller (Former Employee) - McLean, VA - October 6, 2018
As a teller I handled basic transactions, withdrawals, deposits, recommended new accounts, and other products. I built many relationships with the clients, who would wait for me to deal with their transactions and accounts.