We’re on the Drucker Institute’s Management Top 250, a ranking of the best-managed companies, thanks to our commitment to “doing the right things well.”
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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 worked at Pitney Bowes full-time (More than 5 years)
Nice people, good health benefits and work flexiblity, interesting work/opportunity to make significant contribution
Culture resistance to massive business transformation, too many priorites, lots of burn out, salaries low to market
Advice to Management
Great Executive Leadership team driving a daunting task. Need to narrow focus so the whole organization can go after the same goal. Impossible (and demotivating) to try to do all "critical" things at the same time.
Okay interview many run of the mill biggest weakness, biggest strength, type questions. There were about 4 people on the other end of the phone asking questions. Was told I would hear from them in few weeks Never heard from them either way. Not so much as a "we regret to inform you" Email. A few months later they had the audacity to send me a survey.