Bill Demchak, PNC Chairman, President & CEO
At PNC, our corporate values aren’t just something we talk about; they define how we live and how we engage with our customers and the communities where we do business.
Marsha Jones, PNC's Chief Diversity Officer.
The Strength of Our Differences
At PNC, we recognize that diversity and inclusion is bigger than any single person or group. Each employee brings to the organization a unique set of skills and experiences, says
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Our Employee Business Resource Groups offer participants opportunities to network, communicate and progress personally and professionally.
Our company’s most senior executives collaborate to incorporate diversity objectives into all areas of our business.
Opportunities for growth and development are key drivers of employee engagement and our success overall.
We have regional councils that aim to bring diversity into their area in every respect - customers, suppliers and employees.
We have various multicultural marketing initiatives in place to improve the customer experience among our diverse customer base.
Our Supplier Diversity Program brings varied perspectives, unique skills and innovative thinking to PNC so that we can better serve our customers.
PNC is proud to sponsor Empowerment & Inclusion Capital I Corp., a special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) with the unique objective of acquiring a diverse-led business or one focused on promoting an inclusive economy or society. In addition, all of PNC’s profits from the acquisition will be invested in initiatives supporting the economic empowerment and inclusion of underrepresented groups.
Oscar Artola and Oscar Vives Ortiz use their knowledge to promote financial literacy and wealth building in communities of which they are a part.
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Reinforced commitment to attract talent with various gender, racial, ethnic experiences and more brings most diverse intern class in PNC history.
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PNC LGBTQ+ employees share what it means to be “out” at work along with the challenges – and accomplishments – that are part of their jobs.
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PNC is focused on opportunities and building a pipeline of women in technology careers.
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In this guest post, the Human Rights Campaign shares why celebrating and embracing workplace inclusion is more important than ever.
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PNC employee, Rick Butler shares his personal journey in coming out as gay.
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It is the policy of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. ("PNC"), in compliance with the law, to afford equal opportunity to all applicants and existing employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, age, ancestry, marital status, genetic information, family medical history, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis that would be in violation of any applicable ordinance or law. Protected veterans include disabled veterans, active duty wartime or campaign badge veterans, recently separated veterans and Armed Forces service medal veterans. All aspects of employment including recruitment, selection, hiring, training, transfer, promotion, termination of employment, compensation, and benefits conform to this basic policy in order to further the principles of equal employment opportunity. PNC does not permit, condone or tolerate unlawful discrimination, bias or harassment.
The Employee Relations Information Center (ERIC) is available to answer questions regarding the EEO policy. If you believe you have been denied equal employment opportunity because of discrimination, bias or harassment, you should report it to your supervisor, the ERIC, the Corporate Ethics Office or to the PNC Business Conduct and Ethics Hotline. You will be protected from any retaliation for good faith reporting. The ERIC is also available to provide guidance on issues or situations requiring workplace support.
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