Mortgage Underwriter (Former Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – March 29, 2018
I have enjoyed working at PNC, everyone were professional, I was one of the underwriter who started in the beginning of PNC's mortgage department in Illinois. I would love to work there again if opportunity is available for a remote position.
Good working environment
I wish I was paid a little more so I did not have to leave.
Branch Sales and Service Associate (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 29, 2018
Pay scales were changed in 2017 for branch employees to be more competitive with other banks. Pressure sales atmosphere still very present even after Wells Fargo fiasco. No longer based on "numbers" (even though we still have goals) but "behaviors" (whatever that means.)
Teller Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lake Worth, FL – March 29, 2018
Highly reliable and focused Personal Banker with an exceptional client service record and extraordinary depth of loan and credit knowledge. Able to explain complex financial management concepts to a wide variety of professional and non-professional audiences. Adept at working independently or as part of a professional banking team.
Senior Business Analytics Consultant (Current Employee) – Akron, OH – March 29, 2018
PNC is like any other bank. The benefits are fine. The pay is average (below average for my experience). Career advancement is difficult for somebody my age. The recruiting process is very slow and the managers don't seem to know what they are looking for. (If they have 10 things on their list and you have 9 you are not qualified.) Not sure it was a good idea to move back and work here. Very disappointed with how things are currently going. My situation may be unique. If you are young and want a decent place to work, then PNC is probably for you.
Branch Sales & Service representative (Current Employee) – New Boston, MI – March 29, 2018
always understaffed and only focus on what can be better rather than the 50 things you bust your butt to do daily. Never take into account how difficult learning new things on the fly can be and treat you like a machine.
Branch Sales and Service Representative (Current Employee) – Naples, FL – March 29, 2018
PNC is not a bad company compared to other financial institutions. however for the amount of responsibility and duties, the compensation is low. Pros: 15 days vacation, 6 days sick paid, Paid holidays and floats. Cons: Very unrealistic sales goals, (starting to feel like a Wells Fargo workplace).
Personal Banker (Current Employee) – Morris Plains, NJ – March 29, 2018
Excellent company to gain financial sector, retail banking experience. great group of people to work with and learn. As well, excellent training and learning opportunity to get familiarized with different financial products, including loan products, savings and checking accounts.
Sales and Service Associate (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 28, 2018
Great company to work for with great training, but I felt a disconnect between Retail and Corporate Banking. This meant it was hard to move up in the company because the Retail managers had little to no relationships with the corporate side.
Personal Banking Representative (Former Employee) – Warminster, PA – March 28, 2018
I worked here through college and it was great. The hours were flexible allowing me to go to school full time and work over 30 hours/week. My managers and supervisors were always great and understanding of my work/ school balance. When I decided to become full time, after college, they gave me the hours.
Finanical Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – March 28, 2018
PNC Bank is a great workplace to be a part of. The days are fast pace, and culture of PNC is very inspiring. The management makes sure that you are on track with your career path, and they are very open to discussions about where you see yourself in the future.
The hardest part about working for PNC is where you might have to go for your career. Depending on your career path, you may have to relocate.
But overall, I would recommending anybody looking to get into the banking industry to go to PNC Bank.
Benefits, Career Development, Management, Location
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 27, 2018
I loved working at PNC bank, in Midtown and found that because the company was growing rapidly, there were always opportunities for growth and to be promoted. Unfortunately, I had to move back to Baltimore, but I would recommend it to others looking for a change.
Branch Manager - Vice President (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – March 26, 2018
Learned a lot from PNC Bank during my tenure. I was able to advance within the first seven years there. PNC Bank seem to struggle the past few years on the direction they want the branches to go and on what has been happening in market as far as compliance.
Part-time Teller (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – March 26, 2018
PNC as a whole is a good company with great advancement opportunities, but they will cut you out if you aren't immediately making them money and forcing products down people's throats. Even the experienced employees refuse to push the products, and as a result they are overlooked for advancement.