When Pinnacle was formed as a financial services firm in 2000, its founders knew they had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to build something different -- something "more than a bank." The firm made a commitment to deliver distinctive service and effective advice to clients with every interaction, effectively waging war on the bureaucratic and impersonal. To do that, Pinnacle knew its first priority would have to be engaging associates. We are intentional about hiring the best and creating a great workplace, because we know that associates who are excited about coming to the office every day will give clients exceptional service. That, in turn, creates engaged clients who are loyal and interested in a deep relationship with us. This ultimately results in long-term results for shareholders.
Associates mix fun, family, fitness and community by participating in events like the Charlotte Heart Walk.
Bingo with adult day care clients at the Coltrane LIFE Center is one of several ways Pinnacle's Concord associates adopted the facility for Pinnacle's "Make A Difference Day, an annual event where associates team up to make a difference in someone's life.
One of Charlotte's newer associates experiences "going over the wall," one of the many teambuilding exercises in Pinnacle's three-day orientation with the CEO.
Family outings like a night at the Charlotte Knights baseball game is one way Pinnacle encourages camaraderie and fun among associates.