PNC’s benefits program is designed to reflect employee priorities and to deliver on one of our core values: quality of life. By focusing on three key areas – health, money and work/life – we can help employees better meet the demands of work and family, regardless of their role or the stage of their career.
Some other benefit changes PNC made in 2017 include:
These changes, combined with PNC’s already competitive compensation and benefits package, allow PNC to attract and retain top talent and position the company for future growth.
As a financial services company, PNC is committed to promoting financial well-being for our customers and our employees. In 2017, PNC introduced Prepare4Life, a campaign to help employees understand how to get the most financial value from PNC’s benefits and programs. Initial outreach has included in-person seminars, webinars and articles on a range of benefits-related topics. In 2018, Prepare4Life will work in partnership with MoneyWise and other internal and external partners to develop a comprehensive program that incorporates a broad range of financial well-being resources for employees across the organization.
PNC offers eligible employees Wellness Incentives for completing specific wellness activities. Employees and their covered spouses/domestic partners can earn Health Savings Account credits or cash wellness credits as activities are completed.
In addition, employees in Pittsburgh and Miamisburg, Ohio have access to onsite well-being centers. These centers provide convenient, affordable and high-quality primary, preventive and urgent care, as well as lab services, annual physicals, well-woman exams and physical therapy. The centers are open to all employees enrolled in PNC medical benefits, as well as their covered spouse/domestic partner and covered dependents over the age of 2. Other highlights include free, confidential health assessments and on-site biometric screenings; flu shots; tobacco cessation programs; health coaching; counseling with a certified clinician; wellness challenges; and new mothers’ rooms for nursing mothers.
PNC offers MoneyWise, an employee program that includes tools, personal guidance and special discounts and perks to help employees reach their near- and long-term financial goals. Employees also have access to third-party financial counseling through GuidanceResources.
Through its third-party vendor, GuidanceResources, Living Well helps employees find housing, research child and elder care resources, plan for their child’s college education and prepare for other life changes. Furthermore, Living Well offers employees highly-subsidized back-up child and elder care and provides eligible new parents of any gender six weeks of fully-paid leave for birth or adoption, in addition to 10 weeks of fully paid maternity leave for eligible new mothers.
In 2017, PNC increased the minimum paid vacation time for full-time employees to 15 days.
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