Pitney Bowes is in the business of shipping and mailing, a vital service during this difficult time. As such, we remain fully operational during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our leaders are consulting with experts regularly to keep our facilities healthy. We continue to accept applications, however, there may a delay in our response. Please note, we’ll be focused on virtual/video/phone interviews wherever possible for the safety of our employees and candidates.
To get a read on what comes next in the covid crisis, Chief Executive spoke with our leader, Marc Lautenbach, and several other CEOs share their views.
Pitney Bowes retirees work with Score, an organization dedicated to entrepreneurial education and the formation, growth, and success of small businesses.
Listen as Nicole Clemens, Manager, Campus Strategy and Programs, talks about Pitney Bowes campus program with The Internship Show. #PBLife
As LGBTQ+ Pride Month closes, Pitney Bowes continues to reaffirm our commitment to creating a fair and just world for all marginalized communities.
The LGBTQ+ Advisory Council held a roundtable discussion with identified and allied employees to discuss their personal experiences on a range of topics. Learn more:
Our employees have been working hard to support our essential clients to continue to allow them be fully operational. Learn more:
Pitney Bowes joins our LGBTQ+ employees, clients, community members and allies in observing Pride Month as part of the larger endeavor of human rights, racial justice and equality for all.
It’s clear inequality and racism still exist and as a nation we must do better.
Sheryl Battles, VP of Global Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement, reflects on the road ahead and the importance of celebrating our differences.