PNC’s recently released 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report outlines the ways that the company is meeting its commitments to its stakeholders – including employees, customers, shareholders and communities. Now, with the launch of its quarterly CSR newsletter, PNC is able to provide more up-to-the-moment information on the progress it’s making against those commitments.
PNC Named a Top Veteran-Friendly Companies, Top Supplier Diversity Programs
(Irvine, California) – May 15, 2018– U.S. Veterans Magazine (USVM) today released the results of its highly anticipated 2018 evaluation of the nation’s Best of the Best Top Veteran-Friendly Companies, Top Supplier Diversity Programs, Top Government & Law Enforcement Agencies, and Top Veteran-Friendly Schools.
How a team approach financed and constructed a new school in remarkable time.
The potential health impact on young children in Flint, Michigan is serious. Two years ago, lead in the city’s water supply reached toxic levels and the drinking water was declared unsafe. At high levels, exposure to lead can affect almost every system in the human body. For young children, especially, it can contribute to learning and behavior problems, slow growth and physical development, and lead to hearing and speech problems. Lead exposure also has been associated with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Just in time for the holidays, more than 18 Maryland families recently were awarded an early Christmas gift. Each family was given the opportunity to purchase a badly needed car through the work of Vehicles For Change (VFC). The program awards vehicles to qualified low-income families with guaranteed low-interest loans, allowing them to build credit while completing the car ownership process.
PNC is committed to diversity and inclusion. We intentionally seek to recruit, retain and develop talent with varied experiences, skills and perspectives, because we believe that diverse teams are high performing teams. Our guiding philosophy and practice is to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants, regardless of age, race, gender, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation or other protected status.
After a 22-year career serving his country, retired combat veteran Sgt. James Davis receives a rare gift – a home donated in honor of his sacrifice.
Retired U.S. Army veteran James Davis recently received a life-changing gift – the keys to a newly renovated home in metro Atlanta. Surrounded by a small crowd of his family, friends, neighbors, employees from PNC and the Military Warriors Support Foundation, Davis accepted the keys to the family’s new home during a presentation ceremony in McDonough, Ga.
On October 12 and 13, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry’s Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) conducted a two-day Work Matters Summit at PNC headquarters in Pittsburgh. The Summit brought together community and business partners to discuss innovative, employer-driven models to recruit, onboard and retain employees with disabilities. In addition, the event provided individuals with disabilities the opportunity to explore potential job opportunities and participate in career development sessions.
The PNC Fairfax Connection is celebrating its five-year anniversary by looking back on its accomplishments and contemplating its next chapter.
Reggie Wagner feared the world had moved on without him.
While staying home for 10 years to care for his ailing parents, everything had gone digital. Ready to get back into the workforce, he didn’t know how to use a computer, write a resume or apply for a job. Then he sought help from the PNC Fairfax Connection, a free community resource center that provides professional development services, classes on technology and job-finding assistance.