PNC recently increased its 100-percent-paid maternity and parental leave policies, giving birth moms up to 10 weeks of paid time off and all new parents (including birth moms, new fathers and adoptive parents) up to six weeks of paid time off.
These changes were implemented to help PNC continue to attract and retain talent and were largely informed by the company’s eNPS survey. This survey, which was launched in November 2015 and is distributed to every employee once per year, asks employees how likely they are to recommend PNC as a place to work, as well as PNC’s products and services.
PNC has used employees’ qualitative feedback, which accompanies quantitative scores assigned to these two areas, to shape new and existing policies and programs, including the company’s maternity and parental leave policies.
PNC’s benefits program is designed to reflect employee priorities and to deliver on one of our core values: quality of life. By considering this value in all that we do, we can help employees better meet the demands of work and family, regardless of their role or the stage of their career.
In 2016, PNC significantly enhanced its maternity and parental leave benefits by granting eligible new parents of any gender six weeks of fully paid leave for birth or adoption. It also grants eligible birth mothers an additional 10 weeks of fully paid maternity leave. Learn More
These enhancements, along with PNC’s already-competitive compensation and benefits package, further allow PNC to attract and retain top talent and position the company for future growth.
PNC’s Living Well program empowers employees to take ownership of their personal well-being. Living Well takes a holistic approach to supporting our employees in the areas of health, life and money.
Highlights include free, confidential health assessments and on-site biometric screenings; flu shots; tobacco cessation programs; health coaching; wellness challenges; and new mothers’ rooms for nursing mothers.
Through GuidanceResources, a third-party vendor, Living Well helps our employees find housing, research child and elder care options, connect with legal counseling and resources, plan for their child’s college education and prepare for other life changes. In addition, GuidanceResources offers counseling and referral services free of charge. Furthermore, Living Well offers employees highly subsidized back-up child and elder care, as well as formal and informal flexible work arrangements.
In October 2016, PNC introduced 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.
In addition to marathons, triathlons and community races, PNC’s competitive race sponsorship platform now includes a bike share program, as well as a physical fitness healthy eating initiative in partnership with select YMCAs.
PNC’s portfolio of race sponsorships, which launched in 2015, grew from 19 to 32 in 2016 and now stretches across 14 states in PNC’s footprint.
PNC’s race sponsorship platform demonstrates the company’s support of events that promote wellness, celebrate communities and bring families together. These events also generate meaningful brand awareness and support the company’s business development. As a strong advocate for the physical, financial and personal wellness of our employees, customers and communities, PNC partners with races that offer events for runners, walkers and cyclists of all ages and abilities.
PNC also engages employees by offering wellness incentives to those who participate in race events. These incentives, among other programs and services, are designed to support greater employee wellness.
We have two on-site well-being centers for employees - one in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and another in Miamisburg, Ohio.
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 who are enrolled in PNC medical benefits, their covered spouse/domestic partner and covered dependents over the age of 2.
To expand Well-being Center benefits to employees outside of Pittsburgh and Miamisburg, PNC partnered with a Well-being Center physical therapist to develop an online series of videos. These videos are available on demand and provide basic stretches and ergonomic exercises to help employees feel their best at work and at home.
In 2016 - and for the fifteenth time - PNC was recognized by Working Mother magazine as one of the 2016 Working Mother 100 Best Companies. This annual award honors companies that offer progressive resources, including flexibility, child care, paid parental leave, and leadership and mentoring opportunities, to support the advancement of women in the workforce.
Our two on-site well-being centers celebrated one-year anniversaries.
We earned a spot on Working Mother's Best Companies Hall of Fame.
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