Nobody can see the answers, until the right questions are asked.
Questions are a good thing. Asking for information is how we learn, make decisions and move forward to greater success. In fact, our curious spirit has played a big part in our near century of constant innovation.
Here are some of the questions we see most often about starting and building a career with Pitney Bowes.
Q. I already have a candidate profile. How do I update my profile?
Click “Access my profile” and select “Edit” to update your information.
Q. How do I unsubscribe from receiving e-mail notifications?
Every email notification sent on behalf of Pitney Bowes includes an “unsubscribe” link. Simply click on this link within the email to complete the unsubscribe process.
Q. I expressed interest in a job and submitted my application. What’s next?
Once you apply for a job, your resume and qualifications will be sent to the recruiting team. They will then review your information, in light of our position requirements, and contact you if they need additional information. Your profile will be maintained in our database and we may contact you regarding other opportunities that meet your specified career interests and our position requirements.
Q. I did not receive a confirmation after submitting interest to a position. How can I confirm that my submission went through ok?
When logged in, you view relevant details related to your draft and completed submissions by clicking on the “My Jobpage” link and refer to the My Submissions tab.
Q. Can I send my resume or give it to someone who works at Pitney Bowes?
To formally be considered a candidate for a role you must apply online. The only exception is for candidates with a disability [jump links to question below related to candidates with disabilities] that would prevent you from using our online application system.
Q. How can Pitney Bowes support me in reaching my career goals?
We encourage and support you to reach new career goals every year. At Pitney Bowes, you will have access to a variety of on-line learning performance support tools and instructor-led courses. Our training and development professionals have designed programs designed to identify, educate and support future leaders.
Q. How can I stay connected to my life outside work?
Pitney Bowes understands and values the need to balance our personal and professional lives. We provide employees generous paid time off (PTO) in the form of vacation and paid holidays (specifics vary depending on length of service and geographic locations). Certain Pitney Bowes business segments also offer flexible work arrangements such as part-time schedules, telecommuting and compressed workweeks, to further allow employees to integrate their personal needs with the needs of the business.
Q. How can I focus on staying healthy?
At Pitney Bowes, we want you to take control of your health and we’ve come up with some pretty thoughtful ways to help. Our Wellness programs [link to https://www.pbprojectliving.com/en/global/healthy-living/global-wellness-programs/] emphasize preventive care and chronic condition management, and are designed to empower our employees to with resources to help maximize health and wellbeing.
Q. How does Pitney Bowes accommodate applicants with disabilities?
If you have a condition that hinders your ability to apply on-line, there are alternate options that allow you to submit your expression of interest in a position with Pitney Bowes. Candidates with disabilities may:
Calling from the US? Dial 1-800-932-3631
Calling from Canada? Dial 1-866-458-8622
Email your resume and/or letter of interest to email@example.com
Mail your resume and/or letter of interest to:
Application Support – HR Imaging
Pitney Bowes Inc.
1 Global View
Troy, NY 12180-8371
IMPORTANT NOTE: These options are reserved for use by individuals with disabilities. Information received via these options will be routed to specialists who will provide appropriate assistance to these individuals to ensure that their data is entered into the Pitney Bowes on-line application. These specialists will not have access to existing profiles in the Pitney Bowes on-line application process and will not be able to provide any application status updates.