I was able to talk with the executive tarmac about my concerns, but putting daily limits on total spend on my checking account is just plain bad business. Also, your call center needs training on how to handle customer issues. Simply reading... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at PNC
This is a generic discussion thread to capture comments about potential PNC Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
I think PNC folks in their branches should worry. BBVA has a heavy fan base in their markets. They employ locally. PNC, usually, pays more, so their branch staff are more expensive. I pray no one loses his/her job, unless it's God's will. Which... — read more
PNC is in talks to buy BBVA's U.S. arm, people familiar with the matter said. It would be one of the largest bank tie-ups since the financial crisis.
How many are going to result in layoffs?
List of PNC Bank Locations Closing (August 2020) - Source below - FL - PORT ST. LUCIE - ST. LUCIE - DARWIN SQUARE BRANCH - 3201 SW PORT ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD - - IL - CHICAGO - COOK - STATE & HURON - 700 NORTH STATE STREET - - IN - NEW ALBANY... — read more
Pnc is asking approx 700+ of it's Tellers and Teller Supervisors to consider Early Retirement - This was proposed to them at the beginning of the year and they are given until the end of Feb 2020 to take the offer. Unsure of the next step if the... — read more
It’s a shame that PNC dropped the ball on its mortgage division. Management was so short sighted. They had no idea what do do when quicken loans and rocket mortgage and the lending tree came around. PNC Mortgage was left flapping in the breeze. ... — read more
What's your guess on how many employees the company will have before the end of the year? How about the overall headcount? And headcount at Pittsburgh?
They laid off 5 in the Wealth Management division last week. The shame is that all but 1 should have been the last people to be paid off. “Leadership” in Philadelphia is completely incompetent and should have been the ones t go. Been going on for... — read more
Share any updates you may have about PNC Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
PNC just laid off half mortgage processors from all mortgage processing centers
Post any information about potential or actual PNC Layoffs in 2019?
What do you think will happen in 2019?
It looks like the banking sector is nearing another crises, judging by all the layoffs going around. Now PNC is laying off nearly a hundred employees from the Customer Care Center in Columbus. I've been noticing more and more similar announcements... — read more
Do we know if that was it for layoffs or should we expect to see more take place next week? This is not going to be a fun and stress free weekend that's for sure, without knowing for sure that no more layoffs are coming in the following days. Good... — read more
After 22 years with the bank, PNC started closing branches around my branch. They were merging another branch with my branch and told my employees that they should get a job elsewhere. I was the branch manager. Suddenly, just before the merge, I was... — read more
47 jobs were lost at Brecksville facility very poor media coverage - could have been handled much better
If you look at things carefully, you may notice that many folks are leaving and there are rumors about layoffs in Pittsburgh.
On what side of the bank are the layoffs happening? I left PNC in 2011 and I hard that they are cutting again. They always lay off people. I am thinking that the mortgage side has slowed down with interest rates going up and that on the banking side... — read more
Pnc Bank is a terrible place to work. I worked there for eleven years and all they're about is money. They take money from their employees and their customers. They charge customers $5 for money orders, $10 for cashier's checks and charge... — read more
PNC, like all companies in the world, are always looking for ways to make the customer experience better while more efficient. The difference is that PNC gives those employees displaced during the process a choice of relocating to another department... — read more
PNC keeps pushing sales goals up to unattainable levels, to the point where they are practically impossible to reach. To even attempt it, we are forced to call our own customers over and over to a point where it nearly becomes harassment. I wouldn't... — read more
For all folks who are saying things are all milk and honey here is a quick PNC layoff update - For over seven years I worked for Atlanta Lock Box. I was a stellar employee, I liked my job and I was getting great feedback all the time. I was... — read more
Worked at PNC for over 10 years. At some point, with accumulated experience I was training other folks in branches - they've kept me in capacity for about 18 months... Be aware, number of branches will go down - things are being automated. The bank... — read more
The lengths to which PNC will go to save money off their employees' back always astound me. They always come up with these little schemes to ensure that the hardworking people are paid the least possible amount. One of their latest is the hard cap on... — read more
I left on my own. I was fed up with high pressure for sales and all political BS that was taking place. Our upper management pushes way too much onto managers who in turn get frustrated with employees, they try to make you get good numbers despite... — read more
I worked for PNC for about five years. Overall, it was a good experience even thought I was laid off in 2013 due to changing "business needs". You need to understand that PNC keeps growing and it is doing well - some departments will have smaller... — read more
I started with the company this year and I already hear that we may have redundancies and job cuts in Pittsburgh.
What is the likelihood of PNC layoffs in Pittsburgh in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
I hear that we'll have a layoff and that we'll be reorganizing probably in March of this year. PNC is merciless and we'll have to wait and see who's gonna be hit during this wave. Chase just announced that they will be letting 10,000 people go, this... — read more