"For an organization to succeed, it must be a workplace where curiosity, courage, confidence, caring and commitment are valued traits. Where allies are agents of change." — W. Brad Johnson
From senior leadership to frontline employees, everyone can function more effectively as allies in the workplace. As part of its Men as Allies pilot program, PNC invited W. Brad Johnson, co-author of "Athena Rising, How and Why Men Should Mentor Women,” to speak to employees about inclusive mentorship and the role of male allies in the workplace.
As a financial services company, PNC is committed to promoting financial well-being for our customers and our employees. In 2017, PNC introduced Prepare4Life, a campaign to help employees understand how to get the most financial value from PNC’s benefits and programs. Initial outreach has included in-person seminars, webinars and articles on a range of benefits-related topics.
A new health center is under construction thanks to innovative community development banking.
Every day, dozens and dozens of patients, from parents with newborns to the elderly, visit Unity Health Care’s East of the River Health Center for medical care. For many people in that Northeast Washington, D.C. community, this may be the only place they go to see a doctor. Unity doesn’t turn away anyone who seeks care, no matter their circumstances.
Responsible investing allows you to invest in ways that align with your values without sacrificing financial performance.
The expression “put your money where your mouth is” may be more possible than you realize. Responsible investing options allow you to invest your money in a way that aligns with your values while potentially minimizing risk.
Changing your name can affect your life, but for some, something so simple can prove to be so difficult.
Your name is central to your identity, so when someone calls you by a name that you don’t identify with – even if it’s a common nickname for your given name – it can feel disrespectful or even downright rude. That’s how many transgender people feel every time they have to present their identification with their birth name and/or assigned gender. That information does not represent who they are, and the exercise can be dehumanizing and demoralizing.
PNC recognizes that environmental issues, including climate change, are impacting our business, our clients and the communities in which we operate. As one of the nation’s largest financial institutions, we understand the importance of balancing financial priorities with environmental issues, and believe that doing so is critical to practicing sound risk management and being a good corporate citizen. That’s why we continue to invest in our buildings, which impact the environment, as well as the health of our employees.
As a Main Street bank that organizes around its customers and communities – and which prides itself on the strength of the relationships we work to build and deepen through time – we recognize that success isn’t about whether we sold another deposit product or booked another loan so much as it is about whether we helped the people and institutions we serve to achieve their financial goals. It’s about whether the way we operate our business and the investments we make are helping our communities to thrive.
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).