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. They are foundational to our culture. They help us stay focused on our priorities to do right by the people we serve and to create long-term value for all of our constituencies. Among our values are Diversity and Inclusion, and at PNC, we work together each day to continually improve upon a vibrant workplace culture where all of our 53,000 employees can make meaningful contributions to the company’s success.
From the very top of our organization, we’re committed to intentionally building diverse, high-performing teams. This is an integral part of what it means to be a leader at PNC. Our managers are accountable for being “all in” when it comes to developing employees who enable us to win in the marketplace through diversity that extends beyond demographics to include thought, experience and abilities.
We know that when we work together, our diversity is a strength. We are proud to count among our employee ranks some of the most powerful women in banking, according to American Banker Magazine; and retired and active duty military veterans who bring their unique skills and experiences to our company. Employees representing virtually every cultural community are thriving within our corporate culture. And we champion disability employment, creating an environment in which people with disabilities can be high-performing contributors.
We also work together with our diverse base of customers, community partners and suppliers, building lasting relationships that are at the center of PNC’s 160-year history.
As a Main Street bank, PNC has a commitment to leveraging our differences as assets, and that isn’t just something we do to be politically correct. We believe it’s a strategic advantage that helps us to better serve our customers and communities, to create a more fulfilling work experience for our employees, and, ultimately, to create value for our shareholders. So, we’re all in, working today and every day to be better at what we do.
In the pages that follow, you will find a great deal more discussion about our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion. I invite you to read this report, and I would encourage you to also explore PNC’s most recent annual financial and corporate social responsibility reports, both of which can be found on PNC.com.
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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