Diversity is our Reality 

At Pitney Bowes diversity is not a new discovery or a destination.  It is the reality of who we are, a journey to be our best selves.  Pitney Bowes is powered by people - over 11,000 people united in our humanity and distinguished by visible and invisible differences that shape identity, experience and expression.  
Stronger Together We know that the unique contributions born out of our diversity make us stronger together.  That is why throughout our history we have intentionally sought racial, gender, generational and geographic diversity, to name a few, and worked to create an inclusive environment in which all could thrive.  We’ve recently started global conversations on allyship as a way of taking our intentions to create inclusive safe spaces to the next level of action.​​​​​​
People of Color We’re all one race.  Human.  Yet, because of systemic racism, skin color can have disproportionate impact on virtually all aspects of the life experience, especially for Black or African Americans.  At Pitney Bowes we seek to create equity and opportunity for people of color to belong, grow and be their best.  We started this journey in 1943 with a program to actively integrate African Americans into our workforce, and testified before the U.S. Senate in 1964 in support of the Equal Employment Act.  Today, people of color help lead our business, including, Christopher Johnson, President of our Global Financial Services business, and as members of our Board of Directors since the early 1990s, including most recently Shelia Stamps. ​​​​​​​
We have a longstanding history of advocating for opportunity and advancement of women within our workforce and within business in general.  Women are 43% of our global workforce and 30% of our senior management.  Since the 1990s our women led-businesses accounted for at least 20% of our annual revenue.  Our Board of Directors is 50% female and half of our Board Committees are led by women.  Pitney Bowes Women’s Inclusion Network (PB WIN) provides professional and personal development opportunities around topics like resilience and intelligent risk taking, as well as a mentoring program.   As the name indicates the network is open to all who want to join the advocacy for the advancement of women.  We know that as a company when we win for women, we win with women.  ​​​​​​​

The Pitney Bowes LGBTQ+ Advisory Council plays a central role in supporting the company’s longstanding commitment to Diversity & Inclusion. It aims to foster LGBTQ+ inclusivity, raise visibility and generate awareness around LGBTQ+ matters through meaningful dialogue and action. The company earned this designation by scoring 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2021 Corporate Equality Index (CEI). The CEI is the US’s foremost benchmarking survey and report measuring corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ+ workplace equality.
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Hear from our Leaders
An important attribute of PBWin is that all are welcome. It is part of the Pitney Bowes culture of being intentionally inclusive to welcome all for who they uniquely are and empowering all to contribute to our success.
Sheryl Battles
VP, Global Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement
slide 1 of 2 Hear from our Leaders “ Our commitment to diversity, inclusion and open markets is the right thing to do, imperative for our business and core to who Pitney Bowes has been for 100 years. Our company has evolved and adapted throughout almost a century of change, guided by these unassailable truths. We will continue to be vigilant to our values – and do the right thing the right way. 236 x 245 Marc Lautenbach Ceo and President Learn more