Pitney Bowes Talent Advisors have a wealth knowledge about recruiting, career advice and the job search process. Vanessa Jannumahanthi, provides great perspective from her time as a recruiter at an external agency and now as an IT and Innovation TA for Pitney Bowes. Here are some great tips and suggestions about approaching a career change:
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Ritu Mehta, Sr Director, Engineering was recently interviewed by Amy Richman, Vice President, Global Talent Acquisition, on the topic “Power Communication” in the second Women in Tech Peer Learning Squad Session! Ritu shares her experiences and learnings from the Women Leadership Forum that she recently attended at the Harvard Business School.
Pitney Bowes has a long history of supporting opportunities for the growth and development of our diverse workforce, including women. Catalyst, a leading global nonprofit helping to build workplaces that work for women, has been one of the company’s long-time partners.
Pitney Bowes is committed to taking an #InsideFirst look at our talent opportunities. Internal mobility means growth and development. It may be a move from one part of the business to another, from individual contributor to people manager. The #InsideFirst Journey series profiles employees enjoying success in a new role.
For Kirk Santos, our VP of Global Learning, future success relies on “exceptional talent and having the right leadership strategy to develop our workforce, especially those in our most critical roles.”
Pitney Bowes was among the 124 for companies who made it onto the All Day DevOps “Club 20” board, which includes some of the biggest technology companies like Amazon, Microsoft, WiPro and many others.
On 9 October, Sheryl Battles, VP, Global Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement, received the 2018 D. Parke Gibson Award from The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Throughout her career, Sheryl has focused on the critical intersection of diversity, inclusion, engagement and business results, leveraging them to help drive business and individual success.
Norwalk Community College (NCC) is a leader in the academic, economic, cultural and social well-being of Southwestern Connecticut, providing affordable higher education opportunities, including professional certifications, workforce development programs, and lifelong learning. Pitney Bowes and the Pitney Bowes Foundation have supported NCC’s education and workforce training initiatives for more than three decades. In 2014, Pitney Bowes received NCC’s Distinguished Service Award in recognition of our longstanding collaboration.
Nearly 90 PB employees across five offices across the world joined in the 5th annual International Food Festival. The Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Auckland Pitney Bowes teams participate in this annual food fair. With employees from many diverse cultures, it has become a highly anticipated event.
Pitney Bowes introduces Career Empowerment Week, supporting our continued commitment to developing our talent. October 9th through the 12th employees will have an opportunity to participate in a variety of workshops, panel discussions, coaching sessions and interactive events.
For more information on applicable equal employment regulations, refer to the “EEO is the Law” poster,
the EEO is the Law Supplement or the Employee Polygraph Protection Act.
(Para mas información sobre “La Igualdad de Oportunidades en el Empleo” oprima aqui.)
Pitney Bowes participates in E-Verify. Details in English and Spanish.
Right to Work Statement in English and Spanish.