PNC: Gender Equity

PNC: Gender Equity

Although both women and men struggle to balance work and family commitments, the majority of childcare, caregiving and household responsibilities fall to women. Pulled in two directions, many women are at a disadvantage in the workplace compared to their male peers.

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PNC Financial Services Group Recognized Among Working Mother’s 2018 Best Companies for Dads
Working Mother’s first annual Best Companies for Dads recognizes the companies that help dads succeed at home and work, with paternity leave, adoption leave, surrogacy and fertility benefits, phase-back-to-work programs, childcare options and employee-resource groups for men. ...
Nov 13, 2018 3:45 PM ET
PNC: How the Women Presidents’ Organization Empowers Female Entrepreneurs
Women own 36 percent of the privately-owned companies in the United States -- nearly 8.4 million businesses. Collectively, they generate $2.5 trillion in annual sales and have created more than 8 million jobs.[1] Over the past 20 years, the number of women-owned businesses has grown at almost four...
Oct 31, 2018 10:20 AM ET
American Banker Recognizes Three PNC Executives Among Its Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance
Karen Larrimer, PNC’s head of Retail Banking and chief customer officer, and Diana Reid, head of PNC Real Estate, were named among American Banker’s 2018 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking.  Charlotte McLaughlin, president and CEO of PNC Capital Markets, cracked the top...
Oct 2, 2018 8:55 AM ET
What’s in a Name?
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...
Jun 6, 2018 1:10 PM ET
Women in Business Find Allies at PNC
By Beth Marcello It seems incomprehensible that just 30 years ago, our mothers and grandmothers were denied simple acts of financial independence like obtaining business credit under their own names. Women fought to remove barriers like this, and the Women’s Business Ownership Act established policies and programs to support their business pursuits. As we commemorate the 30th ...
Mar 14, 2018 11:05 AM ET