PNC, other big Pittsburgh banks, balk at vaccine mandates

PITTSBURGH — PNC Financial Services Group Inc., which started voluntary return to the workplace in mid-June and expects to transition to a full return in November, is not currently requiring those who come back to be vaccinated.

“But those who choose to go into the office at this time must complete a daily, self-administered health check to confirm their wellness prior to arrival,” Jason Beyersdorfer, regional media relations senior manager, said Thursday via email. “All employees working in a PNC facility — both office and branch locations — are required to wear masks, regardless of their vaccination status.”

PNC (NYSE:PNC) said the November return — announced on July 21 and late compared to most in the financial sector who aimed for September —  is dependent on an analysis of key indicators that will help to determine the pacing of employees returning to its building.

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