PNC Financial Services Group Career Development FAQ

Read what PNC Financial Services Group employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

PNC Financial Services Group has a career opportunities rating of 3.5.

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Does PNC Financial Services Group have any sort of mentoring programme?

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25 June 2020

Pros

Very diverse. Great management and great training and coaching, lots of room to grow. You are encouraged to own your own development from the beginning and look to advance.

Cons

Alot of change. It can be too much. Sometimes consistency is better. Back office support sometimes does not support/customer service does not know what they are doing

Advice to Management

Be present

Great management and great training and coaching, lots of room to grow.

25 June 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Branch Manager (Current Employee)

12 August 2020

Pros

They pay interns well, and give you a lot of relevant experience that translates to other companies.

Cons

There really isn't a lot of structure to the internship program in this department as they it is very new.

There really isn't a lot of structure to the internship program in this department as they it is very new.

12 August 2020

Reviewed by: Realty Services

29 October 2019

Pros

Meeting new customers and building relationships.

Cons

Some managers would rather press the easy button than coach and develop there team which affects the employee from moving up in the company. Also the pay could be alot better.

Advice to Management

Stop pressing the easy button and do your job

Some managers would rather press the easy button than coach and develop there team which affects the employee from moving up in the company.

29 October 2019

Reviewed by: BSSA (Former Employee)

2 February 2021

Pros

It's a great stepping stone if you're looking to get into banking. Management can be a hit or miss. I've worked with some amazing, and also awful managers over my 5 years with the company. They do have a great training program, so if you're completely new to banking PNC will teach you everything there is to know so you can be ready to perform your job!

Cons

Company claims to "value" their employees, but this has been the worst company to work for where "raises" are almost insulting, and it can be challenging to move up in the company. PNC publicly announces their growth, and the amount of money they spent to buy out other banks, but when it comes to valuing their employees, and helping them salary wise they could care less. There is also a HUGE constant turnover rate with PNC. They have very strict policies and procedures, and if you steer them wrong one time they'll just fire you no matter how long you've been with the company.

Advice to Management

It's a good stepping stone, but I wouldn't take it any farther than that. It's good to get some banking experience with this company, grow your resume, but then start to look elsewhere.

They do have a great training program, so if you're completely new to banking PNC will teach you everything there is to know so you can be ready to perform your job!

2 February 2021

Reviewed by: Branch Manager in Mount Laurel, NJ (Former Employee)

5 August 2021

Pros

Great mentorship and intern collaboration. Great exposure to executives and higher ups

Cons

There was limited feedback in regards to mid and end review of performance.

Advice to Management

Better feedback

Great mentorship and intern collaboration.

5 August 2021

Reviewed by: Human Resources Internship in Pittsburgh, PA (Current Intern)

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