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At Pitney Bowes:
Our passionate and ambitious team delivers innovations that help clients navigate the complex and always evolving world of commerce: from helping them use data to market to the best customers, to enabling the sending of parcels and packages efficiently, to securing payments through statements and invoices. In everything we do, we deliver accuracy and precision to drive meaningful impact.
We offer flexible work arrangements such as part-time schedules, telecommuting, and shorter workweeks.
We encourage flexible working arrangements to help employees manage the demands of work and home.
Flexible options may include telecommuting, compressed work weeks, part-time assignments and variable work schedules.
Pitney Bowes ranked among the top 20 in leadership development among 300 major U.S. companies surveyed by CEO Magazine and Aon Hewitt Associates.
As an investment in your future and ours, we offer:
Whether you're interested in a flexible work schedule, educational opportunities or staying healthy, Pitney Bowes provides what you need.
Doing The Right Thing The Right Way:Using diversity & inclusion to be the best, do the best for our clients and win in our markets. Throughout our history, Pitney Bowes has been committed to diversity and inclusion and the business value it provides in understanding our markets, serving our clients, attracting and retaining the best employees and fueling our innovation. Learn More
I have been working at Pitney Bowes full-time
Its a great company to work in with room for advancement it depends really to you if you want to move up or stay where you are. As an hourly employee its a fast pace repetitive environment but friendly and cooperative. The companies culture is by far better than the likes of similar companies like UPS or Fedex that treat employees like things.
For those that have not worked in fast paced environments it takes time to get used to. Peak season is very busy but off season can be a bit slow sometimes giving people 35 hours a week in some sites it really depends on the site/
Advice to Management
Keep using the winning formula as the time passes the company gets better and better.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Pitney Bowes (Spokane, WA) in May 2017.
Quick turn around from submitting application to the interview. 2 managers that complained about bad work ethics and attire from their sales staff. Also never disclosed I had 3 month ends to hit goal or loose my job. Instead of feeling motivated to make my numbers I felt motivated to find another job.