I worked at Pitney Bowes full-time (More than 5 years)
The actual people that you work with are good people and the first line managers are fair.
Everything a public company does is tied to it's stock price. Pitney's stock has not been performing and that in turn means that they have to squeeze their employees to maintain the executive benefits. This translated into no pay increases for 3 years and when they did give pay increases they were near 2%. There was a constant shortage of workers and abundance of work.
Advice to Management
If your going to make the employees make sacrifices, everyone at the top should as well.
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