PNC Financial Services Group

Working at PNC Financial Services Group: Company Overview and Reviews

PNC Financial Services Group
PNC Financial Services Group
3.6
6223 reviews
PNC Financial Services Group Ratings
3.6
Average rating of 6223 reviews on Indeed
3.6Work-Life Balance
3.4Pay & Benefits
3.2Job Security & Advancement
3.2Management
3.4Culture
Headquarter
300 Fifth Avenue The Tower at PNC Plaza Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Banks and Financial Services

Popular jobs at PNC Financial Services Group

 Average SalarySalary Range
Personal Banker
1962 Salaries reported
$37,569
per year
$18,000-$57,000
Teller
110 Salaries reported
$15.97
per hour
$7.25-$27.05
Branch Manager
1258 Salaries reported
$72,053
per year
$36,000-$111,000
Sales and Service Associate
962 Salaries reported
$28,994
per year
$14,000-$44,000
Software Engineer
992 Salaries reported
$87,748
per year
$41,000-$146,000
Salary Satisfaction
50%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 3437 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at PNC Financial Services Group

3.0
Retail Assistant Manager | California, MD | Dec 15, 2019
Sales Job
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.
3.0
Operations Manager | Cleveland, OH | Mar 2, 2020
Inept middle management
Managers hire based upon prior family/personal relationships and protect the underperforming staff by moving them to other units under their supervision.
3.0
Sales Representative | Kalamazoo, MI | Jan 6, 2020
Has is positives and negatives
I have mixed reviews. I like working for the company and although they promote working to get you a better position, some management doesn't seem to try or care. Also, you don't get paid for the work you do beyond the basics. And sometimes not even that. There is no raises and during the "year end reviews", they are minimal, if at all.
ProsVacation and Leave time
ConsPay
2.0
Fraud Analyst | Kalamazoo, MI | Mar 4, 2020
Beware
Most managers don't care and are very clicky. Upper management makes promises and doesn't follow through. Customer service makes more than this position with way less responsibility. Only perk is no weekends , unless mandatory overtime, and you have the opportunity to work remotely. No bonus, no advancement opportunities, coworkers are fake and will stab you in the back. The company as a whole does not care about their employees. HR is a joke and will miss info
1.0
Sales and Service Associate | Pennsylvania | Oct 31, 2019
Branch Sales & Service Associate- underpaid and not appreciated
My time spent with the company was unorganized, unprofessional and extremely stressful. My management was not supportive of my career or growth with the company. When I was contacted by the recruiter there was no negotiating pay. I personally took a serious pay cut taking this position. 14K per year... You will be required to stay weekly for call night every Monday an hour later to try to build your book of business and clients. And also once a month on Wednesdays 2 hours later to build your investment and retirement clientele.
3.0
Senior Retail Sales Associate | Indianapolis, IN | Feb 15, 2020
Great company overall
Great company. Work life balance and remote positions available. Pay is below average due broad pay brackets. Company makes great profits but employees do not benefit from this.
ProsFlexibility
ConsThe pay is below average
4.0
Analytics Consultant | Pittsburgh, PA | Feb 15, 2020
Comfortable company to settle down in
PNC prioritizes worklife balance in many (but not all) of its lines of business. Working in treasury management, employees typically are in the office 40 hours / week with the flexibility to work from home as needed. Projects are interesting and expansive as the company is a full service bank. Advancement occurs fluidly but salary often doesn't follow as quickly. These reasons make PNC a good place to begin your career or to settle into later on in your career, but not ideal to stay in with the intention to substantially boost salary
3.0
Customer Support Representative | Pittsburgh, PA | Nov 20, 2018
9-5 grind
day to day is inbound calls. Willing to get you your finra licenses but the day to day is monotonous and unfulfilling. This is a position good for getting your licensees but is clearly not where you want to be for the rest of your days
1.0
Teller | Colts Neck, NJ | Oct 24, 2018
Stressful atmosphere
Good company , low pay , no ability to grow within . Poor management . Some types of favoritism and discrimination as well . High stress for sales only .
ProsPaid sick days
ConsHealthcare
5.0
Assistant Vice President | Wilmington, DE | Jul 11, 2018
Review Summary
I can not review, I still work here currently. I would not want this posted as many of my colleagues are on LinkedIn. I could loose my job due to our social media policy.

Questions And Answers about PNC Financial Services Group

Are full time employees required to work Saturdays?
Asked Sep 28, 2016
They want you to work 2-3 Saturday’s out of the month.
Answered Dec 6, 2019
It is mandatory for part-time to work every Saturday. Full time gets one once or twice a month but they make you come in 6 days a week with a random work schedule.
Answered Jul 24, 2019
Does anyone know the starting pay for a bank teller?
Asked Sep 4, 2016
$15 hr full time teller no previous banking experience
Answered Mar 6, 2020
I have been hired at $16.00/hr
Answered Jan 11, 2020
What is the interview process like?
Asked Mar 30, 2016
After submitting an application I received an email to do a virtual interview through hirevue then I received an email to speak with a recruiter to discuss the position further then I had another interview with the department manager
Answered Sep 26, 2019
After application there is an assessment and if selected two interviews.
Answered Mar 19, 2019
Training for 8 days! Do u get paid for it?
Asked Apr 5, 2016
Yes you get paid all training days including mileage.
Answered Jun 14, 2018
Yes you also get compensated for the time of the drive and mileage past that of your normal commute.
Answered Oct 15, 2017
Does PNC pay weekly or bi-weekly?
Asked Mar 14, 2016
Bi-weekly Pay
Answered Feb 7, 2019
Paid biweekly
Answered Jun 14, 2018