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PNC intentionally looks for individuals with a variety of experiences, skills and perspectives to build a workforce that generates innovative solutions to meet the needs of our growing and increasingly diverse customer base. As part of its efforts to attract, promote and retain women, PNC offers a number of programs and initiatives, including Employee Business Resource Groups (EBRGs), Women’s Leadership Development Program, annual "Women in Business" Summit for female college students, and annual Performance Awards that recognize eight employees for their performance and commitment to community.
PNC recently introduced a Career Advisor service that connects interested employees with a specially-trained advisor who can offer individualized guidance on development opportunities and how to make the most of a career at PNC.
The company’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a valued employee benefit, offering a range of confidential support and services to employees such as: free behavioral health counseling 24/7; assistance with finding child, adult and elder care; and research and referral services at no cost.
As noted above, PNC has a culture of inclusion where each individual can be themselves and feel welcomed and supported.
In 2018, PNC introduced its first accessibility officer, responsible for developing an enterprise-wide disability inclusion and accessibility strategy. PNC has a dedicated diversity talent acquisition team focused on supporting veterans and other candidates through the recruitment processes and coordinating accessibility accommodations as appropriate.
As a financial services company, PNC is committed to supporting employees’ financial wellbeing with a variety of benefits and programs.
Pension plan: Completely funded by PNC; provides eligible employees with a quarterly earnings credit of 3 percent of eligible pay, with a minimum earnings credit of $2,000 annually, as well as quarterly interest credits.
Incentive Savings Plan 401(k): Enables eligible employees to make pretax and/or Roth after-tax contributions; PNC offers a dollar-for-dollar matching contribution, up to 4 percent of eligible pay, with a $2,000 minimum match, if eligibility requirements are met.
Health Savings Account (HSA): Eligible employees can lower their taxes now while saving for current and future health care expenses, even in retirement; PNC offers a contribution based on level of pay, and employees can earn additional contributions by completing wellness incentive activities throughout the year.
In addition to these unique retirement savings benefits, PNC also offers employees reimbursement for eligible adoption and education expenses, as well as an employee discount program and employee-only banking perks.
PNC offers programs and resources to support all aspects of employees’ well-being: health, money and life. A few examples include:
Confidential health, fitness and nutrition coaching, online or by phone
Reel Fitness (physical therapy video series)
Telemedicine (convenient medical care by phone or video chat available anywhere for those enrolled in medical coverage)
Onsite Well-being Centers: Conveniently located at work sites in Pittsburgh and Miamisburg, our Well-being Centers offer high-quality primary care, preventive and urgent care, physical therapy, chronic condition support, immunizations and more for PNC medical plan participants and their family members age 2 and up.
To find out more about a career with the right balance, visit pnc.jobs