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Full-Time Benefits Overview

Medical & Prescription Drugs

Select Health Choice 1 or Health Choice 2. Both options offer the same features:

  • A Health Savings Account (HSA) (if eligible), which lets you set aside pretax money to pay for current and future eligible health care expenses.
  • Use any doctor you choose. You’ll save money with in-network providers.
  • In-network preventive care (according to federal guidelines) is paid at 100% up to the allowable amount and not subject to the deductible.
  • Annual deductible: All non-preventive covered expenses — medical and prescription drug — go toward meeting the deductible.
  • Out-of-pocket maximum (OOP maximum): Protects you from unexpected high health care costs in any given year.
  • Prescription drug coverage through CVS/Caremark: Certain preventive-care drugs are covered at 80% or 100% and not subject to the deductible.
  • Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy coverage for treatment of autism. Precertification is required, and services must be provided by a certified ABA provider.

Teladoc

For those covered by a PNC medical option, access to U.S. board certified doctors via phone and video conferencing is available through Teladoc. It’s a convenient, less costly option than urgent care or emergency room visits for non-emergency medical care. The $40-or-less cost per visit qualifies as an HSA expense and applies to your deductible and out-of-pocket maximum. You can even earn up to $50 in wellness credits when you register for Teladoc or complete a consultation. See the Wellness Incentive Checklist for wellness credit requirements and other details.

Advance Medical Expertise on Demand

Confidential access to medical experts for advice on a diagnosed medical condition, disease, treatment, concern or question. This service is available at no cost to all employees and eligible family members, even if you aren’t enrolled in a PNC medical option.

Dependent Care Reimbursement Account (DCRA)

  • Contribute up to $5,000 pretax to use for eligible child or elder care expenses so you (and your spouse, if applicable) can work.
  • Deposits are made on a per-pay-period basis throughout the year and you have access to the funds as they are deposited into your account.

Dental

Options include:

  • Preferred Dental Organization (PDO) with an annual benefit maximum of $1,500 per person.
  • Dental Maintenance Organization (DMO), where available, which requires that you select and use a primary-care dentist in order to receive benefits.

Both plans include orthodontic services for children age 19 or younger up to certain limits.

Vision

Coverage for exams, frames and lenses or contacts with both in- and out-of-network coverage levels.

Life Insurance: Basic and Optional

  • You receive a company-provided Basic Life Insurance benefit of 1x eligible pay up to $1.5 million.
  • You may enroll for Optional Life Insurance of 1x to 7x eligible pay.* If you wish to change or add coverage after your initial enrollment, you will need to provide Evidence of Insurability.

*The combined maximum for Basic and Optional Life is $4 million.

Spouse/Domestic Partner Life Insurance

  • Coverage options of $10,000, $25,000, $50,000, $75,000 or $100,000. Evidence of Insurability is required for coverage of $50,000 or greater.
  • You can increase coverage by only one level during annual enrollment.

Child Life Insurance

Coverage of $10,000 for each eligible child.

Maternity Leave

Maternity Leave is covered under PNC’s Short-Term Disability (STD) program. Birth mothers who are not eligible for 10 weeks of Maternity Leave may be eligible for six weeks of Standard STD as described below.

Eligible birth mothers will receive up to 10 work-weeks of maternity leave. Please refer to Time Away From Work for eligibility and other details.

Parental Leave (for births or adoptions)

New parents of any gender are provided with six work-weeks’ time off, paid at 100% of regular salary, to bond with a new baby or child. Employees must meet eligibility requirements, including one full year of continuous service. Time can be taken within one year after a birth or in conjunction with an adoption, and it must be taken in whole work-week increments. Parental Leave is in addition to Maternity Leave and/or STD available to birth mothers.

Standard Short-Term Disability (STD)

Full-Time employees have company-provided STD coverage as follows:

  • If you have at least six months but less than one year of Full-Time continuous service and have satisfied the seven-day elimination period, you are eligible for 60% of eligible compensation for up to six work-weeks of disability.
  • If you have at least one year of Full-Time continuous service and have satisfied the seven-day elimination period, you are eligible for up to six work-weeks at 100% of eligible pay, then up to an additional six work-weeks at 60% of eligible pay.

Long-Term Disability (LTD)

Full-Time employees have LTD coverage as follows:

  • Company-provided LTD coverage of 60% of eligible pay starts the first of the month following date of hire. Benefits are payable after you have been totally disabled for 91 calendar days and approved by the administrator.
  • You can elect to buy an additional 10% of coverage by choosing the 70% LTD option during annual enrollment.
  • The monthly benefit maximum is $10,000.

Personal Accident Insurance

This coverage pays a benefit in the event of accidental death or dismemberment.

  • You may elect coverage from $10,000 to $500,000 (up to 10x your annual salary, on coverage options of $300,000 or greater).
  • You also may elect family coverage, which pays a percentage of your employee coverage benefit.
  • When you elect this coverage, it includes a benefit of $10,000 for a covered loss sustained by you as the result of a criminal act of violence that occurs while you are working.

Incentive Savings Plan (ISP) 401(k)

Full-Time employees are eligible immediately, and you’ll be automatically enrolled at a pretax contribution rate of 4% in the BlackRock LifePath® Target Date Fund that most closely aligns with the year you'll reach age 65, unless you make different contribution/investment choices or decline the enrollment within 30 days of your hire date.

  • You may contribute from 1% to 75% of your eligible pay on a pretax basis and/or through Roth after-tax contributions up to the IRS maximums.
  • Starting with the first of the month following six months of service, PNC will match your pretax and/or Roth after-tax contributions dollar for dollar up to 4% of your eligible pay (combined). You are vested in the company match after three years of service.
  • There is a minimum company match of $2,000 if you contribute at least 4% every pay period throughout the year and remain employed by PNC on Dec.31 of that year. (The minimum match is prorated for hourly employees and those who are eligible for less than a full year.)
  • You choose from a variety of investment options to suit your personal savings and retirement goals.

Pension Plan

Full-Time employees are eligible the first of the month following six months of service. The plan provides a retirement benefit that is company-funded. Your benefit accrues with earnings credits in an amount equal to a percentage of your eligible pay each quarter, along with interest credits earned on your account balance each quarter. The benefit vests after three years of service.

  • If you were covered by the PNC Pension Plan — including active participation in the National City portion — as of Dec. 31, 2009, you will be maintained at the earnings credit level you had attained on that date (from 3% to 8%, which was based on your age and years of service). Your earnings credit level will not increase in the future.
  • New hires on/after Jan. 1, 2010, receive a fixed 3% earnings credit after becoming eligible for the plan.

Vacation

Full-Time employees accrue vacation time based on a schedule. The current vacation policy schedule became effective Jan. 1, 2017.

Vacation Buy

During annual enrollment each year, Full-Time employees may buy up to five vacation days for the following year, if eligible. Please refer to the 2017 vacation buy policy for eligibility information.

Holidays

The corporate holiday schedule has 10 paid days per year. Floating holidays may be available if a holiday falls on a weekend.

Paid Occasional Absence Days (POA)

These days can be used for personal illness, care of immediate family members or personal business that cannot be scheduled during non-working hours. Full-Time employees are eligible for six POA days per year and one personal day after 90 days of continuous service. POAs are prorated during the year that you are hired, rehired or change employment status to full time or that of Reduced Schedule Professional (RSP).

Educational Assistance

This program provides a benefit of up to $5,250 per year for eligible undergraduate or graduate classes or degree programs.

  • Covers classes required for a business-related degree program, whether or not they directly relate to your job.
  • Reimbursement level is based on the grade received.

Visit Pathfinder to learn more.

Living Well

Living Well includes programs, tools and resources to help you manage your health, money and work/life responsibilities. Living Well benefits and programs are available to all employees and their spouses/domestic partners/adult dependents living with them, regardless of medical coverage. Some benefits and programs have special eligibility criteria.

If you’re enrolled in a PNC medical option, the Wellness Incentive Program offers you and your covered spouse/domestic partner up to $300 in wellness credits each year if you complete the free online Health Assessment and get a Biometric Screening. Then, you can earn up to $300 in additional wellness credits and your covered spouse/domestic partner can earn up to $100. That’s a total of $1,000 in wellness credits deposited as dollars in your HSA.

If you are not enrolled in PNC's medical benefits or not eligible for an HSA, you can earn up to $100 in wellness credits as taxable cash in your regular PNC pay as activities are completed.

Learn more

PNC Just In Case Care

Nationwide network of backup child and elder/adult care services to help you make it to work when your regular arrangements are unavailable. Visit Pathfinder to learn more.

Adoption Assistance

Effective Jan. 1, 2017, if you have at least one year of continuous Full-Time service and meet additional eligibility requirements, PNC will provide financial assistance up to $5,000 for eligible expenses for each adoption.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Free confidential assistance with challenges of daily living, ranging from parenting and elder care to mental health counseling. It is available 24/7 to you and your family members.

Advocacy

PNC’s advocacy service is there when you need help with complex health and retirement benefits issues, locating doctors and medical facilities, coordinating PNC’s benefits with Medicare, and managing claims issues. This service is available to all employees; you don’t have to be enrolled in a PNC medical option to use it. Call the HR Service Center at 877-968-7762, option 1, then say "advocacy" when prompted. For more details, please refer to PNC’s medical plan information.

Commuter Benefits Program

Pay for eligible parking or transit expenses with pretax dollars, through the convenience of debit cards or home delivered transit passes, among other options. You may enroll or change your contribution at any time.

Business Travel/Criminal Acts Insurance

Covers death and dismemberment while you travel on company business, or resulting from the criminal acts of others that occur while you travel and are functioning in your capacity as a PNC employee.

Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)

If you have at least six months of service, you may contribute 1% to 10% of your regular pay to purchase PNC common stock at a 5% discount from the fair market value on the purchase date.