"I was hired originally in October of 1984 and remained through two buy outs: National City and PNC. In June of 2015 we found out one of our other branches were closing and these employees could be fed into our branch. I was concerned but not worried as I had been there at that location for 31 years in various capacities ending with financial sales consultant. Over the 31 years I was a teller for 14 years and did both for many years. I also trained tellers and managers along the way. I was told I was a great asset to the company more than one time. I won many awards over the years. I loved my job and I loved my customers. Well..... I was 'eliminated'. I was devastated and quite frankly still am. There was a part-time opening for a teller at this same branch and I was brought up to HR for that position which obviously I am qualified for, and was told "not at this time!" I don't understand this at all. This is a personal attack in my opinion. I was good enough all those years to bring in business and hold on to accounts due to the buy outs, but I was trash being thrown out... Is it my age? My salary? No, it's something evil and I wish I knew what. I could name names (though I won't) but this was the most unfair and horrible thing that has ever happened to me. I loved my job and I was so dedicated - it was pathetic what was done to me. Please be careful in your decision to work for PNC. This would never have happened if they had given the employees whose branch was closing a severance package, not the employees whose branch was not closing. This is a horrible way to run a business. Shame on you PNC."
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