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PNC continued investment in our people includes competitive compensation, increasingly generous benefits, internal mobility, a diverse and inclusive culture, the recognition and promotion of strong leadership, and valuable development opportunities.
Just as we strive to create a differentiated experience for our customers, it’s important that we do the same for our employees. To that end, we launched a number of important tools and initiatives in 2017:
PNC is committed to attracting, developing and retaining top talent. We have developed a robust internship program that brings approximately 400 undergraduate students into the company every summer to apply their academic knowledge while learning about the financial services industry, as well as PNC’s culture. For PNC, this program exposes us to diverse pools of emerging talent over the course of 10 weeks and allows us to make extremely informed employment decisions.
Approximately 71% of PNC interns receive an offer for full-time employment, including placement in PNC’s Early Career Development Programs.
Approximately 71 percent of our interns receive an offer for full-time employment, including placement in PNC’s Early Career Development Programs, and 71 percent of these offers are accepted. This high conversion and acceptance rate is critical to building a strong talent pipeline and reflects PNC’s differentiated internship and development program opportunities.
PNC’s Early Career Development Programs help us build a more robust and diverse talent pipeline while exposing recent graduates to one of nine business areas, where they learn, network and develop professionally. As they rotate through different business units and functions, analysts and associates receive hands-on experience that prepares them for placement into established roles. As of December 31, 2017, we had 513 development program associates, 39 percent of whom started as PNC interns. Visit our careers site for more information about how PNC supports employees throughout their careers.
PNC University (PNCU) continues to offer employees tools to learn, develop and support PNC’s business performance. As we build a talent-focused culture, we strive to deliver learning that is:
Our learning opportunities focus on several key areas:
PNCU offers training to all employees through 12,500 learning and development opportunities, of which 1,500 are classroom-based, 1,000 are virtual and 10,000 are online self-study resources.
In addition to PNC University, PNC offers specific development opportunities for the company’s top talent. Through our Accelerator Program, for example, some of the company’s highest-performing employees receive leadership development training while networking and executing on enterprise-wide projects. Program participants help address critical business issues in partnership with executives from across the company. This networking and exposure create an opportunity for participants to take on leadership roles that they otherwise may not have been aware of and help PNC effectively move talent across our organization.
When our employees have rewarding careers and opportunities for growth, they are more productive.
PNCU offers training to all employees through 12,500 learning and development opportunities, of which 1,500 are classroom-based, 1,000 are virtual and 10,000 are online self-study resources
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