Overall Reviews at PNC Financial Services Group
Personal Banker | Maryland Heights, MO | Feb 5, 2020
Higher ups are very strict
Normal banking hours with 2 sat per month, management is aggressive, it is a goal oriented position with good hours. Make for sure you are meeting your goals
Prosgood commissions for high producers
Consworking 2 sat per month
Sales Representative | Alabama | Jun 29, 2020
Good pay and Benefits. Good Schedule.
The management in different branches is the biggest downfall of the company. The higher ups are great and very encouraging, but the lower end of management can sometimes be disrespectful and can play favorites. Over all, the pay for the work is outstanding as far as banking goes, and the work environment is fun within your coworkers as long as you build good relationships. It is important to follow the policies and to watch out for yourself, because sometimes, I did witness multiple people fired and punished for one persons mistake simply for staying quiet about a mess up. If you’re interested in banking and finance, I would definitely recommend PNC Bank.
Prospay is great, 1 hour lunch break, overtime
Conslower management pucks favorites, promotions can be difficult to get
Business Development Officer | Suwanee, GA | Nov 22, 2019
PNC is a company that even though they said they like to promote from within the company, they don't really like to have employees asking for promotions. I saw plenty of times and when it was my turn as expected i was decline as well.
Vice President of Information Technology | Cleveland, OH | Mar 25, 2021
Great company. Some politics.
Love the company. Middle managers not so much. Great benefits, top management tries hard to do the right thing. A lot of middle managers leave a lot to be desired.
Sales Representative | New Castle, DE | Nov 16, 2019
Too much stress for mediocre pay
Tellers were required to meet sales quotas that are unattainable. If you didn’t meet the quota you would receive written warnings even if you had done everything to try to meet those quotas. The pressure they put on employees is over the top.
Management Consultant | Pittsburgh, PA | Feb 22, 2021
Most of your coworkers are good people and very knowledgeable
Good place to start a career. You will have to move on though as they do not compensate well. Upper management will tell you in order to get a raise you need a job offer for them to match. That will however be the biggest and possibly the only raise you get. They like to say they have great benefits but they are comparable and usually less than what's offered at other banks.
ProsFree premium checking account
ConsRaises are typically 1% or less
Commercial Analyst | Pittsburgh, PA | Nov 19, 2019
its an ok company to work for, pay can be a bit low but it is Pittsburgh, good food at locations no isseus with moving up, lots of support typical day varies
Sales and Service Associate | Lititz, PA | Nov 19, 2019
Great team rapport and family focused
I enjoyed the continued compulsory trainings we had to complete. They kept us up-to-date. I also loved being in an environment that challenges you to push past comfort zones and continually learn new skills.
Retail Assistant Manager | California, MD | Dec 15, 2019
Like any job there are pros and cons. Be prepared to be in a high paced sales environment. You be required to make suggestions to customers and businesses about products and services.
Foreclosure Specialist | Brecksville, OH | Nov 18, 2020
As long as you work they leave you alone so you can be productive and do your job!
Great place to work but the management is not the greatest. Some people are just not cut out for managing people. Work life balance is ok but if your not grinding the work each and everyday you get treated differently.