Pitney Bowes

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Pitney Bowes – Why Work For Us?

Connect to your passion.

How do you connect? At Pitney Bowes, we believe personal connections are everything—to our employees, to our customers, to our customers' customers. That’s why we're focused on leading a revolution in physical and digital communications, helping people and companies deliver customized messages to targeted customers through whichever media they prefer. Together, we’re winning new customers, strengthening relationships, and delivering essential communications every day. 


About Pitney Bowes:

Pitney Bowes, a global technology company, provides shipping & mailing solutions, data management software, and location intelligence offerings, powering billions of physical and digital transactions in the connected and borderless world of commerce.  

Helping clients achieve their greatest commerce potential are Pitney Bowes' 16,000+ passionate employees around the world, our relentless pursuit of innovation with over 2,300 active patents, and our focus on clients, who are at the center of all that we do - from small businesses to 90% of the Fortune 500.


Make a better living.

At Pitney Bowes, we're focused on helping you live your dreams. That's why we offer much more than competitive pay and paid time off. Our Total Rewards model connects you to incredible resources for every stage of your life and career with Pitney Bowes. 

Total Rewards

Flexibility
We offer flexible work arrangements such as part-time schedules, telecommuting, and shorter workweeks. 

Wellness
Our nationally recognized health and wellness initiatives provide incentives for staying healthy including, nutrition counseling, weight management programs and smoking cessation. We also provide maternity management, nurse hotlines, and free financial advice. Depending on location, you’ll have access to our on-site clinics, and pharmacy, fitness centers and nutrition-focused cafeterias. 

Education
We offer a variety of on-line learning, performance support tools and instructor-led courses through Pitney Bowes University. Our tuition reimbursement program will help you expand your knowledge pursuing advanced degrees from accredited institutions while our leadership development programs help you become a future leader. In fact, Pitney Bowes ranked among the top 20 in leadership development among 300 major U.S. companies surveyed by CEO Magazine and Aon Hewitt Associates. 

Whether you're interested in a flexible work/life schedule, educational opportunities or bettering your health, Pitney Bowes provides the resources to make your personal and professional dreams come true.

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Work better together.

At Pitney Bowes, diversity encompasses all the ways in which we differ. Inclusion helps us benefit from diversity by creating an environment of involvement, respect and connection, so that the full range of ideas and experiences are used to create business value. Our diversity equips us to better understand evolving markets, connect with our global customer base, develop innovative solutions and attract and retain outstanding talent. – Pitney Bowes Diversity Statement 

As an early leader in diversity and inclusion, Pitney Bowes's Chairman, Walter Wheeler, boldly set the direction for the company's approach to Diversity and Inclusion in 1942. Refusing to stay in a hotel that would not register one African American Pitney Bowes salesman during the company's annual recognition event, he left the conference with 20 sales people in tow. As a company and team, we never looked back. 

In 1950, the National Urban League recognized Pitney Bowes for its leadership in providing job opportunities to African Americans. Our establishment of the Global Diversity Council in the early 2000s is just one example of our vision for the future. We continue to define diversity and inclusion as a business imperative, driving new initiatives for women's leadership, the LGBT community, and supplier diversity just to name a few. Today, inclusion is one of the metrics we use to measure our year-to-year success.

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Contribute to work that matters.

Pitney Bowes is committed to improving the lives of our employees and the lives of people who live in our communities. In fact, Pitney Bowes has been named to CR Magazine’s "100 Best Corporate Citizens" list for nine of the ten years that the award has existed. Through the Pitney Bowes Foundation we fund literacy and educational programs, as well as encourage our employees to volunteer for non-profit organizations. Our matching program rewards their altruism by giving back to their charity. 

We are also reducing our carbon footprint, minimizing our waste and protecting resources. Today, our Energy Task Force is set to eliminate more than 380 tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Our Go Green campaign in Canada reuses or recycles 100% of imaging equipment returned from leases. Whether your passion lies with making a difference in your community or helping to save our planet, Pitney Bowes can connect you to meaningful work.

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    The best part of this job was my boss! The GM

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    Former Employee - Client Billing Representative in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Client Billing Representative in Austin, TX

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    The GM was very helpful and I learned so much from him. They treat all employees equal, not matter the position. All great people to work with. The GM made working there so much fun. We had PB games every year that he made up himself.

    Cons

    The cons for me were working in a production type atmosphere. I prefer the office atmosphere, but here they are kind of all in the same.

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Pitney Bowes Interviews

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Updated Dec 2, 2014

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    I applied online – interviewed at Pitney Bowes in December 2014.

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    Seems like a very good opportunity for someone needing full - time employment. Only problem was the mandatory 12 hr overtime. The manager was nice and honest, straight forward and gave a lot of great information about the company.

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Pitney Bowes Awards & Accolades

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America's Top Corporations for Multicultural Business Opportunities, DiversityBusiness.com, 2012
Barron's 500, Barron's, 2009
Diversity Elite 60, Hispanic Business, 2009
Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles (Platinum), National Business Group on Health, 2009
Training Top 125, Training, 2009
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Additional Info

Website www.pb.com
Headquarters Stamford, CT
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1920
Type Company - Public (PBI)
Industry Business Services
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Pitney Bowes, a global technology company, provides shipping & mailing solutions, data management software, and location intelligence offerings, powering billions of physical and digital transactions in the connected and borderless world of commerce.

Helping clients achieve their greatest commerce potential are Pitney Bowes' 16,000+ passionate employees around the world, our relentless pursuit of innovation with over 2,300 active patents, and our focus on clients, who are at the center of all that we do - from small businesses to 90% of the Fortune 500.

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