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21 October 2022

What are co-workers like at PNC Financial Services Group?

Pros

Working at PNC has been great. The people and teams I work with are awesome. My manager is great and the projects I'm working on are interesting and engaging. The work life balance is great and the company in general (in my experience) is very flexible and accommodating when it comes to your schedule...I've never had an issue with taking off in the middle of the day for a doctor's appointment or to take care of something that came up, and many of my colleagues will sometimes leave a bit early to pick up their kids.

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Overall it's been a great experience. When you initially get hired, especially after just finishing a coding bootcamp, they give a pretty good competitive salary given your experience. The issue is salary increases and the lack of transparency behind it. Now I do not mean to say that you don't get any salary increases, you do (based off performance), but when you get promoted and get a salary increase, the new salary doesn't always reflect the market rate for the new position (and is sometimes even below PNCs own salary band). My understanding is that your increase in salary is partly based off a percentage of your previous salary (although that percentage seems to fluctuate quite a bit, and is not strictly the number that the hr/hiring manager says). However, to be fair, PNC does try to ensure that if someone is in a position for at least 2 years and has met expectations, but is still below the minimum PNC salary for that position, that they are automatically given an increase in salary to match the minimum salary amount based off a jobs salary band. Also, I don't want to make it sound like they never pay you what you and the position is worth, since I know of many instances where people got well above the minimum amount when getting hired and promoted. I also want to point out that you should always do some research on a new positions average market salary, and that you always have some room to negotiate. No company is going to offer you the best salary initially...at the end of the day it's a business and they are looking to make money, or in this case, spend as little money as possible. So if they can offer you the lowest amount they can and you accept it, they just saved themselves a bunch of money...so go in their knowing that and dont be afraid to negotiate. So all in all, I think PNC is a great company to start your career in (especially if you're new to the tech industry). Its a great way to get your foot in the door and get some experience, but might not be everyones forever company.

The work life balance is great and the company in general (in my experience) is very flexible and accommodating when it comes to your schedule...I've never had an issue with taking off in the middle of the day for a doctor's appointment or to take care of something that came up, and many of my colleagues will sometimes leave a bit early to pick up their kids.

21 October 2022

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