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- "There are some other benefits that PNC provides that many others may not which is good." (in 897 reviews)
- "Work life balance is good and company puts a lot of emphasis on improving it." (in 514 reviews)
- "Great people here who genuinely care about doing things well and doing right by our clients." (in 478 reviews)
- "Great culture and very friendly" (in 243 reviews)
- "Great training and resources for internal promotions." (in 207 reviews)
- "They offer low pay compared to other banks because of a 'great commission structure'." (in 657 reviews)
- "Depending on which branch you are placed management is poor and will not work well with the bankers/tellers" (in 404 reviews)
- "Low salary and old school in terms of technology" (in 234 reviews)
- "If you get a bad manager or have annoying coworkers it can make work miserable." (in 230 reviews)
- "Upper management was terrible to work for always pushing for more sales never happy." (in 178 reviews)
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- 1.05 Apr 2016Customer Service AssociateFormer Employee, more than 1 yearIndianapolis, IN
The flexibility of work life balance was probably the best/only good thing I can say about my time here. If I needed to tweak my schedule to make an appointment, there usually was a way for me to request it without an issue.
There is a laundry list of cons, but the primary issues I faced were the compensation-or lack thereof-and the lack of positivity in the work environment. While it may not have been the case at all of the branches, the branch I worked in was filled with negativity and immature attitudes displayed from both the branch manager and also the teller supervisor. I took a major pay cut to come to this company with the hopes of pursuing my goals in the financial industry and because of this, made it a point to display my desire to gain another position in the company that would be more in my career path. However, once I communicated this to my manager, I began to notice that she would say or do things in a matter that indicated that she had no desires for me to progress. I had top sales in the region for my particular position, and she wrote me up for a mistake that I made based on lack of training that I received when I first started, which in turn caused me to be denied my quarterly bonus. There were other issues that went on that I'm more than sure should have been sighted as beyond unethical, such as having us working in the branch with no ventilation in the middle of the summer, along with no air conditioning, and exposed insulation and paint fumes everywhere. Between the constant digs and gossiping among the management and favoritism displayed towards less than productive employees, this work environment was a cross between a joke and a bad dream. While it is evident that most positions in the financial industry and corporate america as a whole are pretty much based on politics and who you know to get where you want to go, I would not wish the things that I had to deal with on anyone.2
- 3.011 Jun 2017Balance Sheet AssociateCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsPittsburgh, PA
Work/life balance is relatively good and people rarely work more than 45+ hours a week during normal hours. Employees are relatively happy. The location and work environment in downtown Pittsburgh is nice and convenient. Stable employment outlook within the company.
Pay is a notch below par. They will never pay you what you're worth unless you leave the bank and come back years later. Very little promotion for non-upper management employees. You basically have to promote yourself by switching jobs every two years to stay ahead. Benefits are okay, employee 401K contribution is maxed at 4%. Health insurance is all high deductible and full of potholes to the point where you're probably better off with an Obamacare plan. Very little company diversity. The bank talks the talk but doesn't walk the walk with its community outreach (Green LEED Platinum Tower as a distraction while investing in Mountaintop Mining, for example).2