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This year’s Career Empowerment Week is bigger and better than ever with five full days of activities and resources available for all employees globally to help own their own career path. Don’t wish for a better career. REBOOT it. REFLECT, EXPLORE, BUILD and OWN.
Below is a roundup of tips and best practices concluding the series from more of PB’s highly engaging managers.
PB’s history of corporate citizenship makes us a valued neighbor in our communities worldwide. We have been committed to social issues and understand the health of the community is intertwined. Our corporate citizenship programs are successful thanks to four key factors which are interconnected and foundational to everything we do.
PB’s Global ‘Early in Career’ Leadership program just culminated with 6 presentations to our CEO and executive Leadership team with strategic business recommendations after 6 months of intensive research, 1 of which was approved on the spot by our CEO.
Although the operating center in JAX looks a little different than a football field, Michael’s application of positivity is just as relevant. One bad day doesn’t have to turn into another. It is inevitable that circumstances will change, but something that can be constant is your attitude towards them.
The heat outside was oppressive on 20 July, but inside the energy was uplifting. More than 750 gathered to escape the heat and learn something cool at the Discovery Museum & Planetarium in Bridgeport, Connecticut, on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, the spaceflight that first landed humans on the Moon.
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.
Recognizing that our success as individuals, as a team and as a business relies on our ability to take risks, the PB Women’s Inclusion Network (PBWIN) invited Lila Snyder, EVP & President, Commerce Services and Shemin Nurmohamed, VP, Corporate Strategy, to share their perspectives on the importance of Intelligent Risk Taking. The event was moderated by Sheryl Battles, VP, Global Diversity, Inclusion & Engagement..
“With a little over 110 employees on my team and 62% of those employees from different countries around the world, learning about different cultures and trying to understand how their cultures impact them in the workplace helps tremendously when trying to keep all employees engaged.”
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.